Meizu M10: Triple photo sensor and big battery for a mini price
A few weeks ago, a curious Meizu M10 made a very discreet appearance on the Meizu Aliexpress store. Billed as the successor to the M8, the Meizu M10 is an entry-level smartphone with a triple photo sensor and a 4000mah battery. Its official launch will mark Meizu’s return to India where mobile is already displayed on social networks and on the official website.
Featuring a beautiful 6.5-inch HD screen with a drop notch, it occupies 88.1% of the front surface. the M10 is powered by Mediatek’s Helio P25, a 16nm SOC that already fitted the Meizu PRO 7. The Helio P25 is supported by 2 or 3GB of RAM depending on the configuration for 32GB of storage.
Its triple photo sensor follows the following composition: 13MP – 2MP – 2MP, opening at 2.0/2.2/
The big partusularity of this mobile is the absence of Flyme OS, indeed the Meizu M10 runs on Android AOSP with a ROM called Meizu OS. This is not the first time that the manufacturer withdraws Flyme OS since the C9 released last year last was shooting on Android stock but this is the first Meizu smartphone without Flyme truly intended internationally. Here’s a detail of its features:
- 6.5” Full Screen 19.5:9 HD
- Mediatek Helio P25
- Fingerprint reader on the back
- 2/32GB or 3/32GB
- 8 MP Camera selfie
- 4000 Mah
Launched from $120, the Meizu M10 is available in black, blue and purple. There is a good chance that it will be offered in the next few weeks in our shop.
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