The Meizu is a smartphone company from China. Meizu has the competitors like Xiaomi, Huawei, and Oppo. Meizu has a large range of the phones and the latest selection has more than the passing resemblance to iPhone 7 as well as HTC 10. The MX6 is the latest launched smartphone in the range and not considered a flagship (that will be the Pro family of smartphones). The MX6 has many assets we will expect on the top phone.
This 1080p, 5.5-inch phone comes in 3 beautiful familiar colors that include Silver, Rose Gold, and Gray and Gold. The spec of every model remains the same. Meizu has selected the 2.3GHz MediaTek deca. The core chipset of the handset is to power the MX6 and it is accompanied by 4GB of RAM. It supports the 32GB of memory.
Power comes from the 3060mAh battery. It has a 12MP rear camera as well as a 5MP front camera.
Meizu MX6 Price and Release Date
The Meizu MX6 has been released now. You can purchase the phone directly from the MeizuWorld.com. There is its standard price of $400 (£340, AU$565). Although, this smartphone is now available at the discount rate that is $309 (£265, AU$437) which is making the handset a very tempting choice.
Design and Display
The body of the smartphone is thinner than the 8.5mm Google Pixel. The layout of the phone on the bottom edge is just like an Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S. The phone comes with a 3.5mm headphone port that is on the left side of it. The USB Type-C port is in the center. The single speaker grille is on the right side of the handset. Up front, the home button doubles as the fingerprint scanner. It is same as you would see on the new Samsung, Apple, and HTC handsets. The rest of the front of the phone is sparse because there are not any capacitive buttons with the home button.
The bezels on the phone that surround the 5.5-inch IPS LCD 1080p screen are not very slim you would find, but they are only a shade thicker than those you see on the Blu Vivo 6. The screen of the phone packs in a pixel density of 403 pixels per inch. It achieves exceptional levels of the brightness with nice viewing angles. Like other cheap IPS screens, the black levels are not like any of Samsung’s AMOLED displays. Rather they are reasonable for a smartphone of this price.