Just two months ago, the Meizu M3 Note – alongside the M3s – was launched in Malaysia. Curiously, after about seven months since its official introduction in China, Meizu is launching a successor to the M3 Note – dubbed the M5 Note – next week.
This was confirmed by Meizu itself through an official invitation. The company also revealed that as many as 20 million units of the M3 Note were manufactured since it was released, and the introduction of the M5 Note will signal the end of production of the former.
Interestingly, the M5 Note has also been registered with China’s certification body, TENAA. With that, we now know the specifications of the device – most of it, anyway. Although the M5 Note is the M3 Note’s successor, there’s a good chance it’s still powered by the same MediaTek Helio P10 processor; it can also be paired with up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable storage.
Rounding out the specifications of the M5 Note are a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a 13MP rear camera, a 5MP front-facing shooter, as well as a generous 4,000mAh battery. Of course, until Meizu itself officially confirm these specifications, nothing is set in stone – then again, it’s worth noting that TENAA’s listings are usually accurate.
The Meizu M5 Note is set to be unveiled on 6 December next week. Hopefully, the device will be launched in Malaysia in the near future too.