Meizu may launch m5 Note in China soon

Meizu's new Helio P10 powered handset m5 Note likely to get unveiled at the company's event in China on November 30th

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    • Meizu plans to launch M5 Note in China.
    • The phone will be powered with Helio P10 processor.
    • The M5 Note will run on Android Marshmallow 6.0

Meizu  is allegedly planning to launch its new phone, the m5 Note in China soon. After the launch of Meizu m5 and Meizu Pro 6 recently, the company is likely preparing to unveil the m5 Note in its homeland.

The Chinese consumer electronics company has already sent out invites for the launch of its upcoming Helio P10 powered smartphone. The launch event which is set for 30th November in China, brings along a tagline “Make Helio Great Again” in the invite.

Although there has been no official word on which device Meizu is going to launch, the invite with the tagline do centre around the smartphone’s processor.

The m5 Note which has already been benchmarked in the Geekbench 4, the report reveal that the new smartphone will be running on an octa-core Mediatek MT6755M Helio P10 processor. The benchmark also scores the m5 Note giving 686 for single-core performance and 2476 in multi-core score. It also says that the m5 note will run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

The Antutu benchmark of the device has showed that the phone will have a Mali-T860 GPU along with the Helio P10 processor and a full HD (1920×1080 resolution) display. The device will come with 3GB RAM along with 32GB of internal storage. It will feature a 13 megapixel rear camera and a 5 MP front camera.

According to Playfuldroid, the term ‘Make Helio Great Again’ comes as a playful dig at US president-elect Donald Trump’s campaign that wheels round the line ‘Make America Great Again’.

Meizu’s m5 which was launched earlier this month in China featuring 2GB/3GB Ram along with 16GB/32GB ROM priced at 699 Yuan(Rs.6,800 approx.) and 899 Yuan(Rs.8,800 approx.); reports suggest that the new m5 Note might likely have similar features in terms of its storage.