Spotted by CNET staff the BQ phone, codenamed Aquairs 5, has a lower level of specification when compared to the Meizu MX3, and will likely become the entry-level Ubuntu phone once launched.
The phone sports dual SIM support, a d1.2Ghz quad-core Cortex A7 processor, 1GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage. The images here show the boxy looking phone has a dual LED flash for the rear camera and external speakers in the base.
As for design the BQ Aquaris 5 is very different phone in looks compared to the rounded Meizu. The blocky angular design is something I personally like, but might not be appreciated by everyone.