After a few months of silence, Meizu is in the news again. Amidst the rumors about the Meizu M5 Note, the company has sent out a press invite for an event scheduled on November 30. We expect Meizu to launch a couple of devices at the said launch along with a new Helio family chipset. The launch is set to take place in Meizu’s home region – China.
The Meizu invite carries partial letters of Helio name along with a cheeky text – Make Helio Great Again. It is a take on the U. S. President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign slogan – Make America Great Again.
Recently, Gear spotted the Meizu M5 Note running the Helio P10 processor, which carries the model number MediaTek MT6755, and listed at the Geekbench’s benchmark results database. The Helio P10 chip will have 28nm fabrication process made ARM Cortex-A53 CPU cores combined with ARM Mali T860MP2 GPU for graphics.
The M5 Note will feature a full HD display of unknown screen size, 3GB of RAM, 32GB internal storage, 13-megapixel rear snapper, 5-megapixel front camera and boot Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based Flyme OS.
Along with that, Meizu will also announce a mysterious Blue Charm X box at the launch. It is difficult to estimate if it will be an exclusive limited edition box filled with goodies or a new accessory.
Meizu Pro 6s launch took place at the start of this month in China, as Gear reported. So it is unlikely that the company will launch another high-end phone, Pro 7, so quickly or even by the end of this year.
Meizu’s November 30 event will take place in Beijing at 14:30 CST.