Meizu M5 passes TENAA with 6GB RAM, 5.2-inch display and 3000mAh battery

Meizu M5 TENAA

Meizu is rumored to launch its new flagship device Meizu M5 on 31st October and now the device has got the TENAA approval in China with three model numbers having identical specifications. The TENAA listing reveals the specifications of the device and on of the listings also comes with the images of the device. The device is listed with model numbers M611A, M611Y and M611D with M611D having the images of the device.

Meizu M5 TENAA
Meizu M5 TENAA

All the TENAA listings of model numbers M611A, M611Y and M611D have similar specs. According to these listings, Meizu M5 is confirmed to launch with a 5.2inch IPS HD display having 1280 × 720 pixel resolution and is powered by a 1.5 GHz octa-core processor that might be the Mediatek MT6750 one. It comes with three RAM and storage options with 2GB, 3GB, 6GB RAM and 16GB, 32GB, 64GB inbuilt storage options with up to 128GB expandable MicroSD card storage.

It runs on the YunOS 5.1.1 OS out of the box. It features a 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a 5-megapixel front facing camera. It is backed up by a 3000mAh battery with connectivity options includes 4G LTE, 3G, Bluetooth, USB, GPS and other standard connectivity options. It measures 147.28 × 72.8 × 8.15 mm and weights 138.87 grams. Color options includes White, gold, green, blue and black.

The Meizu M5 has the volume rocker buttons and the power buttons on the right side and the SIM card slot is available on the left side of the device. The device will be launched in China first and then globally and we don’t have info regarding its global release date as of now.

The Chinese company is also holding a separate event on November 3rd where the company is expected to launch its flagship device Meizu Pro 6s that will be the successor to the Meizu Pro 6. There are not much information available on the specs of the Pro 6s but according to the rumors, the Pro 6s is expected to be powered by a Meditek Helio X25 processor and will be having a similar design and looks like the Pro 6. No other details of the device are currently available.

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