Meizu Blue Charm Note passes through TENAA, here are the details

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After rumours of the Meizu Blue Charm Note (aka M463M) was seen at TENAA we have managed to uncover the official database listing with images and a few confirmed specification details.

The TENAA site, like the FCC in the U.S, is a great source of phone leaks ahead of the official launches. From these official details we can confirm a few details of new devices such as the soon to be released Meizu Blue Charm Note.

From the official listings we can confirm a few details including the dimensions of the phone which are 150.7 x 75.2 x 9mm, we can also confirm that TD-LTE and FDD-LTE are both supported and the display on the new Meizu is a 5.5-inch 1080 FHD model.

The next section of the official details confirm that the processor in the Blue Charm Note (Meilan) is a 1.7Ghz CPU, the fact that LTE is supported leads us to believe that the SoC is a 64bit Mediatek MT6752 chipset. We can also see that 2GB RAM is listed and 16GB of internal memory.

In earlier leaks camera details were not made available, but we can now confirm that the rear sensor is a 13 mega-pixel while the front is 5 mega-pixel. A strange choice as the more expensive MX4 has just a 2 mega-pixel front shooter. Android 4.4 is listed as the OS, so we will have to wait some time before a Lollipop version of Flyme is announced.

The TENAA docs also give us the first official look at the Meizu Blue Charm Note, which resembles the Meizu MX3, but seems to have a unibody design. Physical volume controls lives on the left side of the phone, while we have a sim tray on the right hand of the phone.

Other details are a dual LED rear flash and a traditional Meizu home button on the chin of the phone.

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Overall the Blue Charm Note looks like a great phone, in fact it looks a little too good when compared to the Meizu MX4! Does the MX4 really offer any benefit over the new Blue Charm? What do you think of this new Meizu device?


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