Leak indicates two Meizu Blue Charm X models, and just one M5 Note, will be unveiled November 30th

Leak indicates two Meizu Blue Charm X models, and just one M5 Note, will be unveiled November 30th
Meizu has already sent out invitations for a November 30th event. On that date, we are supposed to see the Meizu M5 Note unveiled along with the Meizu Blue Charm X. According to a report published today, there will be two variants of the Blue Charm X that become official on the last day of the current month. Model number M582Q features 3GB of RAM along with 32GB of internal storage. Model number M682Q will carry 4GB of RAM along  with 64GB of native storage. The phone will be the first to come with Meizu's new Flyme 6 skin, which is based on Android 7.0.

If this information is true, we won't be seeing the previously rumored version of the Blue Charm X with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of native storage. That rumor also indicated that the Blue Charm X will be powered by a MediaTek Helio X20 chipset, which contains a deca-core tri-cluster CPU. Leaked images of the front and back of the handset show a device that greatly resembles the Honor 8 right down to the dual-camera setup on back.

As we alluded to in the first paragraph, Meizu will also officially introduce the Meizu M5 Note on November 30th. This is a more premium version of the entry-level Meizu M5. Sporting the model number M621Q, the M5 Note will have just one variant which features 32GB of internal storage. A Helio P10 chipset will reportedly drive the unit, containing an octa-core CPU and the Mali-T860 GPU.

This coming Wednesday, when Meizu holds its event, we should be able to give you more information on the specs, pricing, and availability for these two new Meizu phones.

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