Meizu’s first 18:9 smartphone has appeared as an entry on TENAA. Called the M6S, it sports the new mblu branding and the now popular screen aspect ratio.
Underneath what appears to be a metal body is a mid-range device. It is powered by Samsung’s Exynos 7872 processor; with 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and a respectable 3000mAh battery. It also supports 18W fast charging to top up the battery when needed.
The 18:9 screen is unfortunately not a high resolution display, as the 5.7-inch screen will have a 1440 x 720p display. We are not sure why Meizu opted to use this screen resolution, but it may be a hint on the pricing the company is expecting to put on this model.
Interestingly enough Meizu opted to place the fingerprint scanner on the power button rather than on the rear of the phone.
We can expect the model to appear on store shelves sometime this year. As it looks to be a competitor to the recently announced Xiaomi Redmi 5, we may see similar pricing as well when it is launched soon.
(Source: Gizmochina )