Meizu, has unveiled its new M6 Note smartphone, the first new M series phone since the company officially divides M series and Meizu into two independent BU this May, in Beijing. The M6 Note is the first in its family to carry a Qualcomm processor since it signed a licensing deal with Qualcomm in 2016. It boasts outstanding camera specs, a large and powerful battery, and the smooth and easy-to-use Flyme 6 operation system.
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor running on a clock speed of up to 2.0 GHz and is built using the Samsung 14 nm LPP (Low-Power Plus) FinFET CMOS process
- 35 percent lower power usage than its predecessor
- Adreno 506 graphics processing unit
- Full-HD (1080p) display
- 12 mega-pixel SONY IMX362/Samsung 2L7 rear camera and 5-mega-pixel secondary rear camera
- Dual PD with a focusing speed of 0.03s
- ArcSoft algorithm to enhance photography experience
- 16 mega-pixel front camera
- 4000 mAh ultra-large battery
- 18W high-power mCharge technology
- 0.2s fingerprint recognition
- dual color temperature 4-LED flash
Qualcomm processor enables smoother overall performance
Equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor, which runs on a clock speed of up to 2.0 GHz and is built using Samsung’s 14 nm LPP (Low-Power Plus) FinFET CMOS process, the M6 Note provides fast speed, stable connectivity, vibrant displays, and performance that’s both powerful and efficient. The Snapdragon 625 supports up to 35 percent lower power usage than its predecessor so that the M6 Note can run at its maximum speed for a longer time without heating up.
The embedded Adreno 506 graphics processing unit (GPU) boasts a 71% increase in graphics processing performance compared to the previous generation. It also supports a Full-HD (1080p) display for users to enjoy a smooth, high-quality gaming experience at a great display resolution.
The integrated X9 LTE modem supports 4G LTE and allows for faster sharing of videos and photos with peak upload speeds of 150 Mbps, which is three times as fast as traditional LTE devices. The full-frequency technology supports a more stable and unobstructed network environment, and dual-frequency Wi-Fi.
Photography experience enhanced through 12 mega-pixel SONY camera
Supporting ArcSoft dual-camera bokeh, multi-frame noise reduction and HDR algorithm, the M6 Note includes the 12 mega-pixel SONY IMX362/Samsung 2L7 as the primary rear camera and combines the powerful combination of a f/1.9 ultra-wide aperture, 1.4μm pixel CMOS image sensor and 6P custom lens to deliver high image quality at an affordable price.
The M6 Note features the Dual PD focusing system that provides a focusing speed as fast as 0.03s, which is four times faster in full light and 7.5 times faster in low light than the previous generation.
Combined with the ArcSoft beauty algorithm, which highlights the texture and the nature of skin, the 16 mega-pixel front camera and f/2.0 wide aperture bring customers outstanding selfie experience.
Ultra-large Battery with high-power mCharge
With a 4000 mAh ultra-large battery built into the M6 Note, users can enjoy the phone’s functions for longer before having to recharge. In addition, the phone’s 18W high-power mCharge technology makes it possible to charge and use the phone at the same time.
“The M6 Note is designed as a budget smartphone with higher performance. It aims to meet the rising demand for ever-improving phones among the young generation,” said Li Nan, vice president of Meizu Technology Co.,and president of M Series. “All of the phone’s features provide an ‘experience upgrade’ to users and deliver on the promise of the M series’ mission statement of ‘Quality for Young’.”
The M6 Note is available in gold, silver, black and blue in China, Columbia, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Myanmar, Pakistan, Philippine, Russia, Spain, Ukraine and Vietnam and so on.
Price: CNY 1099 (USD 164.95) for 3G+16G, CNY 1299 (USD 194.95) for 3G+32G and CNY 1699 (USD 254.99) for 4G+64G.
For more information, please visit: https://www.meizu.com/en/