Meizu has launched its latest budget phone named Meizu 6T in China. The phone was now leaking since a long time, and almost all the specs are same as the previous leaks. It has some decent bang for buck features.
The phone comes with a 5.7 inch 720p HD+ display with 18:9 resolution. It is powered by the Mediatek 6750 Soc, which Meizu has been using for 3 years in their entry level phones. The phone has dual 13+2 MP rear cameras, with Sony IMX 278 RGWB as the primary sensor. The second 2 MP sensor provides hardware level bokeh effect to the photos. It also has multi frame noise reduction algorithms from ArcSoft. The front camera has an 8 MP Samsung made sensor, and beautification algorithms from ArcSoft.
The phone has a 3300 mAh battery, and a well optimized Flyme OS with AI to give a decent battery life. Meizu has used a rear fingerprint sensor on their phone for the first time. Li Nan in past has said that they’ll use rear fingerprint sensors on cheap Meizu phones for cost cutting. The phone also has the Super mBack Halo button like the M6s and E3 for navigation.
The phone is available in 3 variants:
The 3+32 GB variant is priced at 799 Yuan (125$ / ₹8500 approximately).
The 4+32 GB variant is priced at 999 Yuan (155$ / ₹10,500 approximately).
The 4+64 GB variant is priced at 1099 Yuan (172$ / ₹11,700 approximately).
Registrations have started in China, but there is no information on international availability. Since this phone isn’t announced by Meizu’s social media channels, it might also be a China only phone like the Meizu E3.