Meizu K52 flaunts curves in new photos: 4.6" 1080p screen and 64-bit chipset for $130

Тhe excellent Meizu MX4 that we reviewed recently, and its upscale version MX4 Pro won't be the only good surprises coming out of the company this year, it seems. Meizu is back on the saddle in full force, and it will try to take on none other than the mighty Xiaomi with a midrange competitor of its own, dubbed K52.

Its benchmarks recently revealed a heck of a handset, and the rumored price of 799 yuans (about $130), is a crowdpleaser. The Meizu K52 is expected to have a 4.6" 1080p display, MediaTek's 64-bit octa-core chipset clocked at 1.7 GHz, 2 GB RAM and 16 GB ROM. Cellular connectivity is done with dual-SIM card slots, for a complete offering.

Now, a few snaps from what is claimed to be the actual design of the K52 have leaked out, alongside a suspected upcoming Meizu Blue Charm Note phablet in orange. The K52 will seemingly be done in the typical Meizu soapy shape fashion, with rounded corners, and tapered back making it easier to grasp. It will also feature the company's signature round home key, which will be glowing with a blue LED light, if the released teasers are an indication. Any takers?

source: GizmoChina


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