Meizu has unveiled M5c, a new affordable mid-range smartphone for sale in China. It takes on Xiaomi’s Redmi 4 smartphone in the fight of best entry level Android phones. It’s made up of polycarbonate unibody and Meizu has thrown the device available in five different colors – gold, black, blue, pink and red.
Specifications-wise, the device might not surprise you as it comes with 5 inch 720p HD display with 400 nits brightness and 1000:1 contrast ratio. It runs on Android 7.0 Nougat with Flyme OS 6 on top and powered by a 1.3 GHz 64-bit Mediatek processor coupled with 2 GB of RAM inside & Mali T720 GPU.
In terms of optics, we have Meizu M5c comes with 8 mega pixel rear camera with f/2.0 aperture, LED flash and 5 mega pixel camera on the front for selfies and video calling.
The device comes up with 16 GB of internal memory and also includes a micro SD card slot(up to 128 GB support), although its hybrid with SIM 2.
On Flyme OS 6, Meizu has added more than 400 new features and the most highlighting feature is the ‘One Mind’ artificial intelligence engine. It adapts to your usage and allocates memory according to your most used apps so that it can run flawlessly. It’s something which rivals ‘Android Go‘.
With just It’s a light-weighted device, weighing 135 grams and relatively thin at 8.3 mm. On the front, it assembles a fingerprint sensor built-in within the Home button. A non-removable 3000 mAh battery keeps the device running for more than a day of battery life.
According to Meizu, the M5c smartphone will be made available outside China in countries like India, Israel, Myanmar, Cambodia, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Austria, France, Hong Kong, Singapore, Russia, Spain, Nepal and Ukraine. Company revealed everything except the price of the handset.