Meizu M5S leak reveal stunning facts: Images inside

Meizu M5S

Meizu is on cloud nine with series of new smartphones surfacing on the rumor mills. A fresh set of images appeared on the Weibo, which showcases the upcoming phone loaded with the Flyme UI on top of the stock Android platform. Upon inspection, the design of the phone looks similar to that of the previously leaked images. Moreover, the image leaked via PriceRaja, look identical to that of the Redmi Note 3.

In addition to the Meizu M5S, the product box of the phone was also leaked. The top of the box clearly displays Meizu M5S with Meizu in Chinese font. We can also spot the USB Type-C charger and cable inside the box. However, we are unable to see any user manual.

Meizu M5S

On the backside of the product box, we can see the specifications in Chinese. The box clearly reveals that the phone will be equipped with 3GB RAM paired with 32GB internal storage. Moreover, the phone will be loaded with Android 6.0 Marshmallow. We can also see the serial number alongside relevant barcodes.

Meizu M5S

The front-side of the display has also been leaked. However, the IMEI numbers have been erased, but we can clearly notice Android 6.0 including reference to Flyme 5.2.13.

Meizu M5S

Recently, Meizu M5S appeared on the TENAA with specifications. It was followed by a leaked flier that had indeed confirmed the arrival of the handset. Moreover, the smartphone will be priced at Rs. 10000. It was reported that Meizu was planning to conduct a launch event on January 27 to unveil a new handset. However, the company didn’t conduct any such event.

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Regarding the price, the Meizu M5S will be available at Rs. 15000 for the 32GB internal storage variant. However, if you compare other competing phones, then Meizu should think a bit. You can buy LeEco Le 2 for Rs. 10999. How will users buy the Meizu phone with 32GB for Rs. 15000.


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