Chinese manufacturers are making new path for future generation handset. The Meizu MX5 is merely a week away from official launch, which is set for June 30. The said phone was recently spotted in a TENAA certification entry, meaning that it is already on its way to consumer markets.
The latest leaks come from a couple of benchmark listings, one revealing a few key specs, the other providing insight on the performance you could expect from Meizu’s newest flagship. The GFXBench entry confirms what previous rumors have settled on in terms of display size, and the MX5 packs a 5.5-inch FullHD unit.
The benchmark reports 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. There’s a 20.7MP primary camera on the back of the handset, which is capable of 2160p video recording. On top of that the 5MP selfie snapper can also shoot 1080p videos.
It was initially known that the chipset inside the Meizu MX5 would be an MT6793, one we hadn’t seen officially announced. However, both of today’s benchmark entries report Mediatek’s MT6795T SoC, also known as Helio X10, so we’d put our money on that one. It comes with an octa-core Cortex-A53 processor clocked at up to 2.1GHz and a PowerVR G6200 GPU.