The M6 Note went official earlier today, and to give us a glimpse of what the dual camera setup at the back can do, the company has released a few samples. Naturally, giving a verdict based on these samples would be silly, but the photos do look nice. The portrait mode sample with the bokeh effect shows the dual cameras aren’t perfect with blurring things out around the hair, but then that’s an issue that affects phones with two cameras in general. Not to mention that it’s good on the company’s part to release realistic samples.
Meizu has also released a low-light comparison with the Huawei P10, and the M6 Note managed to light up the scene quite well, which isn’t surprising given the lower aperture value of its primary 12-megapixel lens. Again, these shouldn’t be taken as a true indication of real-world performance, but the camera samples certainly suggest the M6 Note’s cameras will manage to impress.
Check out the samples below, and let us know what you think!