Meizu Blue Charm M463M spotted at TENAA


In the middle of next week Meizu will release their budget friendly Blue Charm phone. According to reports in China today the phone has been spotted at TENAA for network approval.

Chinese tech site Mydrivers are reporting that the Meizu Blue Charm has receive a network licnese which will allow the phone to go on sale in China. The reported TENAA documents relate to a phone named “M463M”, however we have been unable to find the listing so far.

The purported TENAA documents state that the Blue Charm note has TD-LTE, TD-SCDMA and GSM support, so this is very much a China only version of the phone. Other facts reveal a 5.5-inch 1080 display, MT6752 64bit processor, LTE, 2GB RAM and 13 mega-pixel rear camera.

Meizu are also expected to announce dual SIM support, making this the first Meizu phone to offer the feature.

The Blue Charm will be announced at an event in Beijing on the 23rd December. Keep posted for details.

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