Yesterday we introduced you the blue variant of the Meizu M6. The latter has been announced only a few days back, and it’s considered to be one of the cheapest smartphones coming our way from a popular brand. Meizu has revised its price policy and now it launches cheaper smartphones. The same happened with the case of the Meizu M6 Note, which outruns its closest competitor in face of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A. And the same happens with the smaller version of the aforementioned phone, the Meizu M6. The Blue version looks amazing, and it has all chances to beat all of its rivals including the upcoming Xiaomi Redmi Note 5. But many customers prefer the most common color option, the black one. So we decided to come in with another unboxing article concerning this variant.
The Meizu M6 is packed with a MediaTek MT6750 octa-core SoC clocked at 1.5GHz, 5.2-inch 720p screen, 8MP front shooter, 13MP rear camera, 3070mAh battery, and two memory combinations of 2+16GB and 3+32GB. The former one is priced at 699 yuan ($106), while the latter comes at 899 yuan ($136). As usual, the phone comes with a mTouch button supporting fingerprint payment. The phone runs on Flyme 6.0 OS based on Android 7.0.
Generally, the Meizu M6 looks like other Blue Charm line models, but as we are dealing with an entry-level smartphone, it’s reasonable to see a non-metal housing. This handset uses NCVM vacuum coating technology and 3D laser engraving process for the back, which is made of polycarbonate material. That’s why it provides a feeling of a metal body. There are several color options you can choose from (moonlight silver, champagne gold, and matte black), but we have got our hands on the black variant.