Mlais has teased their upcoming handset a couple of days ago. The teaser image revealed a rather interesting look, metal trim included. The image itself didn’t reveal all that much considering we didn’t get to see the whole device, only its back bottom part. It’s time to change that, Mlais has released two additional images of this handset, showing the full back side of the device along with its specifications.
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As we assumed, this handset does contain the “Note” brand in its name. The Mlais M4 Note is a mid-ranger which features a 5.5-inch display along with 2GB of RAM and comes with microSD slot, so that you can expand its internal storage which actually wasn’t mentioned by the company. MediaTek’s MT6732 64-bit quad-core processor is powering on this handset along with Mali T760 GPU. 13-megapixel camera is located on the back of this device, and an 8-megapixel snapper is available up front for your selfie and video call needs. Android 5.0 Lollipop is also mentioned in the image down below, though it’s not clear if it will be available out of the box or not, because there’s “OTA” (Over The Air) notification besides it. It seems like this thing will ship with Android 4.4 KitKat and receive Android 5.0 Lollipop afterwards, but we can’t confirm it at the moment. Mlais M4 Note also comes with 4G LTE connectivity (FDD LTE) and Fast Charge capabilities (2,400mAh battery). This handset also offers dual SIM connectivity.
There you have it, this is not exactly a full spec sheet, but the company did list quite a few specifications in the image provided below. The back side of this device looks almost identical to the Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 phablet, it’s hard not to mention that. Both the back cover, the metal trim with chamfered edges, camera shape and the LED flash sensor look really similar. There seems to be a sensor besides the LED flash as well, just like in the Galaxy Note 4, we still don’t know if this is a hear-rate sensor though. Anyhow, the company still didn’t official announce the device, but we’ll let you know when they do.