As we all know, Meizu official party has announced that it will hold a new product conference to launch its first full-screen phone – the Meizu S6 on January 17.
Today a Chinese weibo user has exposed the hands-on video of the S6. From the video, the classic virtual little circle has been spotted at the bottom of the S6 lock screen. After entering the main interface, we can find three virtual buttons at the bottom which are common to see in Android smartphones. Meizu Meilan adopts mBack interactive mode to its phones launched before the Meizu S6. But to follow the full-screen trend, Meilan has to replace its classic mback button with a virtual button to enable the smartphone to achieve higher screen ratio.
The phone adopts all-metal body and hidden U-shaped antenna design. It comes with Meizu’s logo and Meilan’s new logo “mblu” on the back. It features fingerprint reader on the side. Besides, the phone is expected to feature a 5.7-inch screen with the aspect ratio of 1,440 pixels by 720 pixels. The smartphone will be powered by Exynos 7872 processor or MediaTek MT6750 processor. It is expected to come with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM. It will sport a 3,000mAh battery which supports 9V/2A 18W QuickCharge technology.
As the Meizu S6 has similar specification with the Xiaomi Redmi 5, its price is estimated to be close to the Xiaomi Redmi 5’.
Please click here to watch the Meizu S6 hands-on video.