Meizu M3X and Meizu Pro 6 Plus both appear on Geekbench

Meizu M3X and Meizu Pro 6 Plus both appear on Geekbench
Meizu has a couple of interesting phones to be unveiled in the next week. First, we should see the Meizu X unveiled on November 30th. Powered by the MediaTek Helio X20 chipset which features a deca-core CPU, the X will come with 6GB of RAM and as much as 128GB of internal storage. On December 6th, we should see the Meizu M5 Note greet the light of day. A MediaTek Helio P10 chipset with an octa-core CPU drives this model, which has 3GB of RAM.

Today, a previously unknown model called the Meizu M3X surfaced on Geekbench. Well, we thought it was unknown at first until we went through this past weekend's stories. That is when we discovered that on Saturday, we passed along information about camera samples from a phone called the Meizu X3. We figured that these pictures were from the Meizu X. But now that word is out about the Meizu M3X, those photos obviously came from the camera on that handset. What we did learn from the EXIF data is that the rear camera on the M3X has an aperture of f/2.0.

As far as what we can glean from Geekbench, the Meizu M3X will feature the MediaTek MT6757 SoC under the hood, which contains an octa-core CPU. For the test, the processor was running at a clock speed of 1.64GHz. The phone will have 3GB of RAM inside, and Android 6.0.1 is pre-installed. The single-core score was 851 while the multi-core score tallied 3896.

Another Meizu model that posed for Geekbench is the Meizu Pro 6 Plus. An octa-core processor is under the hood, which was running at a 1.48GHz clock speed during the test. 4GB of RAM is aboard and Android 6.0.1 comes with the unit out of the box. The model scored 1462 on the single-core test, while the multi-core score hit 3693. There is no word on when the MX3 and Pro 6 Plus will be unveiled.

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source: Geekbench (1), (2) via MySmartPrice (1), (2)

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