Chinese smartphone manufacturer Meizu has announced that it’ll take the wraps off the long-awaited M6 Note, which will come with an “exciting new camera feature,” on Wednesday, August 23.
Based on recent leaks, rumors and speculation, the M6 Note is an amalgamation of a Galaxy A5 (2017) and One (M8), with a physical home button on the front and Meizu branding etched into metal on the rear.
The handset is also expected to sport a 5.5-inch Full HD display, a MediaTek MT6757T Helio P25 processor, 3/4GB of RAM, a dual-camera setup (13MP+13MP) and a 4,000mAh non-removable battery.
If that turns out to be true, it’s safe to say that the M6 Note isn’t going to be winning any awards in the performance department. But for a smartphone that’s tipped to cost around $300, it isn’t half bad.