After launching M3 Max, Meizu is now reportedly seems to be gearing up to release another successor variant, the Meizu M4. Leaked in renders, the smartphone which we are talking about has been surfaced on Chinese regulatory TENAA.
Spotted Meizu M4 photos in the certification listing, but no official confirmation made by the company about the exact name, nevertheless, expected to be called the Meizu M4.
Purportedly shown off two photos of the Meizu M4 by TENAA hinting at what the upcoming smartphone might look like. However, the Weibo user further added something familiar that Meizu M4 will be featuring a metallic body, and doesn’t sport a fingerprint sensor on-board. Although fingerprint scanning technology is becoming common in the affordable phone segement these days, which is not very far fetched for Meizu to opt for such. In fact, the alleged photos clearly shows up a physical home button on its front panel that could potentially have an embedded fingerprint scanner.
In terms of its design, the smartphone Meizu M4 seems to borrow elements from its competitors such as Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 and of course from Mi5 too. While the rear-facing of the phone flaunts a design which is very similar to the Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 3. Front panel looks pretty same as the Xiaomi Mi5 along side the pill-shaped physical Home button as well.
Furthermore, the listed smartphone, so that called to be the Meizu M4 is also been getting an apparent price tag of around 899 Yuan, which is approximately Rs. 8,900 (in India). Other details are somewhat scarce at the moment, and don’t mind, the Meizu M4 is not only the phone the company is working on today.
There’s still another model sitting in the corner, called Meizu Pro 6S. Everything you need to know about is here.
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