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Meizu M6S is the Meizu company’s first smartphone of the year and it has all the goodies that you would expect in an entry level handset of 2018. You have a 18:9 display, a good mid-range chipset, fingerprint ID and a decent battery, making it a well balanced smartphone. Here’s everything that you need to know about the Meizu M6S.
The Meizu M6S (mBlu S6) comes with an 18:9 display on a full metal body.The front of the phone is mostly occupied by the 5.7” screen with HD+ resolution (1440 x 720 pixels), sitting under 2.5D glass. The phone features the same U shaped nano injection antenna design that we have seen on flagship grade smartphones. What’s interesting is that unlike the leaks and renders that revealed mBlu branding at the back, the Meizu M6S will continue to use Meizu’s branding. Like previous smartphones from the company, this one too features a Meizu logo at the back.
While the position of the sensor below the power button is a first for Meizu, the Samsung-built SoC is first for any smartphone. The Exynos 7872 is coupled with six CPU cores - two Cortex-A73 at 2.0 GHz and four Cortex-A53 at 1.6 GHz for power efficiency. The GPU is Mali-G71 MP3. RAM of Meizu M6s is GB. It comes with 32 GB or 64 GB of storage.
As for the camera, the Meizu M6S will feature a Samsung 16MP CMOS sensor at the back with f/2.0 aperture, 112μm pixel area, PDAF, 5P lens, and a special HDR that’s developed by ArcSoft for the M6S. On the front, the phone features an 8MP sensor with f/2.0 aperture, ArcSoft algorithms, Intelligent facial brightness enhancement, and an adaptive beauty mode.
The phone has a side mounted fingerprint sensor, that the company says will feel natural in day to day operations. It’s pretty quick and unlocks in just 0.2 seconds.
As for the software, the Meizu M6S will come with Flyme 6.2 version with the company’s OneMind AI engine. No mention of the Android version yet. There’s a special game mode as well, which the company claims increases frame rate stability by 20% during gameplay.
What’s the most interesting part of the Meizu M6S is the Super mBack feature. Since the company had to remove the mBack button, the Super mBack is here to take care of navigation. The phone features a dedicated pressure sensor chip and linear vibration motor (in the circle), allowing you to control your phone with simple gestures. So, a simple tap on the circle will take you back, press it and you’ll be taken to the home screen, swipe it and it opens up multi-tasking window. There are several other gestures as well, making navigation super easy. If it works as well as it sounds, then it will be one of the highlights of the M6S.
One touch оf the button now gets you back; long press goes to the home screen, swipe left and right to switch apps and swipe up to pull all the apps. If that sounds too complicated, the Meizu M6s will also sport the traditional tri-button navigation bar.