Having built themselves a reputation that has been propelling them in the Chinese market and the world at large, Meizu is set to keep up to expectation with the upcoming launching of a new smartphone with the moniker Meizu M5S for a cheap price tag of just $100.
As the name implies, this handset would be an upgraded version of the already released Meizu M5 mid-range smartphone which was launch some few months back. Being a success, it is no surprise that the manufacturers have put in plans to follow it up with official unveiling of the M5S.
New surrounding this phone has been up and about for a while with no clear glimpse as to what to expect when it finally goes official, nonetheless, thanks to TENAA and GeekBench, we now get to see what the Meizu M5S has in stall for us all.
Benchmark results have shown us that the phone would be graced with a 5.2 inch HD IPS display with a resolution of 720 pixels firmly held in place by a finely crafted all metal chassis. A 5MP sensor appears above the display as it accompanies a 13MP main camera on the rear panel of the device.
The handset is being powered by MediaTek’s octa-core MT6753 processor clocked at speeds of 1.3GHz. The M5S would be made available in a couple of memory varaints which includes 2GB + 16GB, 3GB + 32GB and 4GB + 64GB RAM and ROM respectively.
The handset would come preinstalled with the Android Marshmallow based Flyme 6 whilst a 2930mAh battery pack would be keeping the display up and running for long hours. Over on the benchmarking results, we see that the handset scored 572 for the single-core test and 2481 for its multiple core.