If you happen to be living in Asia you’ve probably heard about a company called Meizu and its mobile devices. Since the early days of their flagship MX series, Meizu is known to bring exceptionally user experience with specs that could even go beyond the latest flagships devices of other competing brands in the market. Now that the company is once again anticipated to introduce the successor of their own flagship device with the rumored MX5, judging by the name itself, this will be the fifth iteration of the series and is said to include technologies widely available today that highlights speed and performance, display, imaging, security and battery features and especially their price tags which will give other brands a run for their money.
The Meizu MX5 is still on the way for its unveiling this coming June 30, but some folks have managed to take a quick peak and even managed to get a handful of photos of the alleged handset which are eventually leaked online to feast our eyes out and get some details as to what to expect this coming Tuesday.
By the looks of it, The Meizu MX5 is encased in a metallic unibody shell with rounded corners all over the place. As for the design, it seems like the MX5’s overall design is a step forward from its predecessor and has taken some cues from the company’s recently launched M2 Note.
Also, thanks to a number of benchmark leaks, we now have details on the internals of the MX5. Starting from the display, the Meizu MX5 features a large 5.5-inch display and features a full-HD and that is 1080p resolution across. Moving on, it houses MediaTek’s latest Helio X10 chip and is coupled by 3 GB of system RAM and 16 GB of internal storage space.
As it seems to be the standard in today’s flagship devices, the MX5 is also coming with one of the best imaging equipment in the mobile industry today with its 20.7 Megapixel sensor on the back capable of taking 2160p videos and a 5 Megapixel on the front which specializes selfies and high-resolution videos at 1080p.
The handset runs on Android 5.0.1 and is equipped with a large 3150 mAh battery, it also comes with Meizu’s mCharge fast-charging technology that could put up the battery from 0 to 75% in just 30 minutes. While the specs are already top-notch, the biggest feature that the MX5 has to offer is in its price tag, as sources close to the company suggests, Meizu’s upcoming flagship will only cost 1,799 Yen or for about 13 thousand pesos if they will become available in our local shores. Though we have these details on hand, yet there’s still more room to fill-in, we hope to get more details about the handset on Tuesday so stay tune for more…