Meizu will present “all-metal” flagship MX5 June 30,
20.06.2015 Erika J. Wells 17 Comments
Soon Meizu is going to announce MX5 – new flagship smartphone. Judging by sent out before the invitations, the official presentation of the smartphone will take place on 30 June.
On the advertising poster sealed helmet and says “Full Metal Jacket”. This is a direct reference to the film in the Russian hire known as the “full Metal jacket”. This confirms that the MX5 will really get a metal body, whereas the previous machines the company was satisfied with only the metal chassis.
It is believed that Meizu MX5 will get a 5.5-inch display with narrow bezels and a resolution of Full HD, not Quad HD, as previously assumed. The Chinese manufacturer has switched to AMOLED panel, abandoning the IPS technology in MX4. The usual products of the company the screen aspect ratio 16:10 gave way to a more traditional 16:9.
The calculation will be responsible has not yet announced the MediaTek processor MT6793 composed of eight 2,3-gigahertz cores and RAM of 3 GB. Installed the flash drive 16 GB, a slot for microSD-cards.
The main camera will have a 20 megapixel sensor, the lens extends beyond the body, although the presence of fourfold optical zoom is still in question. In the Home button will be embedded fingerprint scanner. The capacity of the battery is 3150 mAh.
Supports fast charging, and due to the 12-volt AC power, the battery filling elektronikai will be conducted extremely quickly. The thickness of the MX5 will be 7.9 mm, which is a millimeter smaller than its predecessor. Deployed mobile platform Flyme 4.5, which is located on top of the Google code Android 5.0.1 Lollipop.
In addition to Meizu MX5 at the event is expected to announce a model MX5 Pro. Here it is necessary to count on a 6-inch display with a Quad HD resolution, processor Samsung Exynos 7420, 4 GB of RAM, the main 20-megapixel camera.
Meizu gained fame by copying the iPhone design. His first clone she presented in the beginning of 2007, less than a month after the presentation of the iPhone to the public. In 2010, Apple founder Steve jobs accused Meizu in stealing ideas and intellectual property. Then there was information that the company suspended sales of the flagship at the time of the smartphone in China because of complaints from the American side.