Before the end of this month, Meizu is set to make official the successor of its Meizu MX smartphone, and some more photos with the device have emerged online.
The company has already officially confirmed that the new device will be announced on November 27, but it hasn’t provided specific details on what the handset will be all about.
According to some of the previous leaks on the matter, however, Meizu is preparing a thin, highly appealing smartphone, and the newly leaked photos with it, available courtesy of cnBeta, confirm that.
Dubbed Meizu MX2, the handset is expected to land on shelves with a 4.4-inch HD touchscreen display, as well as with a powerful 1.6 GHz quad-core processor packed inside.
However, we should note that these specs haven’t been officially confirmed until now, and that the phone is also rumored to hit shelves with a dual-core Cortex A15 CPU instead of the quad-core unit.
The smartphone is also said to pack an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, most probably with advanced features such as full HD video recording capabilities.
According to Unwired View, the new mobile phone is also expected to arrive on the market with Google’s Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system loaded on it, as well as with the Flyme 2.0 UI from Meizu.
The vendor hasn’t announced specific info on the handset’s price tag either, yet rumor has it that it might have it available for purchase at only 2,499 yuan (around $400 / €310).
For the time being, we’ll take these leaked details with a grain of salt, but we’ll wait for November 27 to arrive to learn all the official info on the smartphone.
One thing that is certain is that the new Meizu MX2 will sport highly appealing looks when released, though chances are that it would become available for purchase only in China. Stay tuned for more on the matter.