If there’s one good change the advent of tall, virtually bezel-free smartphones has brought about, it’s that companies are no longer putting their logos at the front of devices, thereby keeping the display the center of attraction. Everything else just falls away, especially when the screen is surrounded by fully black bezel. Leaked images of the Meizu M6s had only shown us the variants with a white front fascia, but now, we’re getting to see what it will look like in black ahead of the phone’s official unveiling.
Meizu M6s design, specs revealed
Well, it looks quite good, as you can see in the leaked image of an M6s pamphlet that Meizu will no doubt be handing out at the announcement. The pamphlet doesn’t seem to be showing the black color variant. Instead, it looks like it’s some dark shade of blue, but the front of the device is all black, making it harder to see where the screen ends and where the bezel begins. In fact, the side bezels look rather minuscule in this shade, which is well and good since the bezels aren’t actually that small despite the 18:9 display, as previously leaked images and a hands-on video of the device had revealed.
The source of these leaks has also published an image of the phone’s spec sheet, which confirms what we’ve heard about up till this point. The M6s will have a 5.7-inch 1440×720 pixels display, the Exynos 7872 processor with the Mali-G71 GPU, 3GB of RAM, 32GB/64GB of storage, a 16-megapixel rear camera, an 8-megapixel front camera, a 3,000 mAh battery, and Android 7.0 underneath Meizu’s Flyme OS (which is set to get new features this year). A side-mounted fingerprint sensor is on-board as well, and the phone will also sport a pressure sensitive software home key.
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