A new Meizu phone with model number “M810L” has recently cleared the FCC certification. However, this model number is still unknown in China, as it hasn’t passed any important certifications for the country. The model number “M710” was launched as “Meizu A5” in China, and as “Meizu M5C” in global markets. So, the phone is successor to the M5C. The market name listed on FCC is M8C, which makes it possible that Meizu might have skipped the M6C and M7C. There are also chances that this phone might be launched as an Android Go phone in Global Markets, though it was spotted running Flyme 126.96.36.199G while testing.
Have a look at the schematic diagram of the device we found on FCC:
The battery capacity listed was 3000 mAh. The phone might come with a Mediatek processor, most probably the MTK 6737, or the latest lower end MTK 6739. It might be launched with Flyme 7 in China, and Android Go in rest of the markets. Other specifications are unknown as of now. For further news and updates, stay connected with Meizu Matters.