Behind an all-metal body there’s a deca-core MediaTek Helio X20 processor that uses a tri-cluster scheme to dynamically switch between groups of processing cores based on workload demands. And that collection of clocks is paired with an ARM Mali-T880 graphics chip, which is about 80 percent more powerful and roughly 40 percent more energy efficient than the T760.
The MX6’s 5.5-inch display puts out a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080, giving it a pixel density of 401ppi. It’s full in-cell display, a first for Meizu, integrates a touch and display driver into one chip that improves multi-touch and helps preserve power.
The phone runs Meizu’s Flyme 5.2 interface atop Android 6.0 Marshmallow, has a 5 MP selfie cam and a 12 MP Sony Exmor RSIMX 386 rear shooter complete with a a six-element lens and a 1.25µm pixel size. There’s also 4GB of RAM on board and 32GB of storage space. Oh, and to top it all off, the device comes with a USB Type-C port and a front-mounted fingerprint sensor.
Unlocked, the aggressively priced MX6 starts off at $300. That’s about $90 less than the Meizu Pro 6, which launched last April with a Helio X25 processor, a Mali-T880MP4 GPU, a 21 MP camera, 4GB of Ram and a 5.2-inch display that outputs 423 ppi.
The Meizu MX6 will be available in gold, rose gold, silver and gray. The MX6 will be available for purchase on July 30 in China. For more details on the MX6, follow the source link below.