Meizu MX6 is now available with a deca-core processor, 4GB RAM for just $300


Meizu announced the release of the all new MX6 Android 6.0 Marshmallow smartphone. What makes this phone unique is it will be using the all new Sony Exmore RX IMX 386 camera which is supposed to be as good, if not better than Samsung’s cameras in its flagships smartphones. This would be a first for mid-range smartphones to match up to flagships in the camera department.


“With the single pixel size up to 1.25 µm and a customized 6-element lens, the image quality is greatly improved and the interference from the lens flare is significantly reduced. The high-density phase detection pixel embedded in the sensor brings enhanced focus accuracy and speed, while the front camera utilizes a combination of the 5-megapixel OV5695 sensor, FotoNation 2.0 smart beauty technology and face auto-exposure enhancement algorithm.”

The all metal Meizu MX6 is priced at $300, and is powered by a deca-core Helio X20 processor, with 4GB of RAM, 32GB of onboard storage, 5.5″ 1080p display, USB type-C and a 3060mAh internal battery. That is quite an impressive spec list for a mid-range priced smartphone. Match up those specs with a top tier camera and users will have everything they want while saving a tremendous amount of money.

The Meizu MX6 will be available on July 30th in China.

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