Metal-clad Meizu 'M' vs Honor 7_1

Upcoming Metal-Clad Meizu ‘M’ Handset Compared to Honor 7

October 15, 2015 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

Meizu has announced their new flagship, the PRO 5, last month. This smartphone offers high-end specs and premium build materials, while it remains somewhat affordable. This is actually Meizu’s business model, and it seems to be working for them thus far. The company has managed to increase their profits quite a lot compared to last year, their profits went up over 500% earlier this year, compared to the same period last year. That being said, this China-based OEM is getting ready to release a new device on October 21st when they scheduled a press conference. According to a number of leaks that have surfaced recently, we might see the metallic variant of their M2 Note handset, or perhaps even M3 Note launched, read on.

The Meizu M2 Note was announced earlier this year, this is basically a mid-range offering by Meizu which offers a really solid set of specs. The M3 Note is expected to launch in December, but based on the recent leaks, that might happen sooner than expected. The company will quite probably announce a metallic variant of their existing M2 Note handset, at least that’s what most specs have been pointing at. Meizu has sent out invitations for the event, and a part of that invitation was the metallic back cover of their upcoming ‘M’ device, whatever they choose to call it. We still don’t have any spec info when it come to this phone, but a video surfaced, and you can clearly see the device in it, read on.

If you take a look at the embedded video clip down below, you’ll get to see the metallic ‘M’ handset in the flesh. The Meizu-branded handset actually gets compared to the Huawei Honor 7 which has been announced earlier this year. This clip should give you a better look at the upcoming Meizu-branded device, and you’ll easily notice the metallic back cover which is included here. You’ll also see the two devices’ GPU rendering compared in this video considering the GPU rendering is turned on during this video, on both devices. That’s more or less it, Meizu will unveil this phone on October 21st, so stay tuned for more info.