The upcoming Meizu m1 mini has been spotted at GFXBench, dropping the ‘mini’ part of it’s name and rocking a quad-core MT6732 processor.
Just 3 days ago a mystery phone named simply as the Meizu m1 turned up at GFXbench to rock it’s sub 5-inch display and quad-core MT6732 chipset. The Meizu m1 (perhaps the final name) is believed to be the same phone as the upcoming Meizu m1 mini, which was leaked last evening by Meizu VP Li Nan.
In the benchmarks the Meizu m1 information tells us the phone will use a quad-core MT6732 chipset, 1GB RAM and Android 4.4 Kitkat. These specs are lower than the 5.5-inch Meizu m1 note, but still should do well at a low price against phones such as the Xiaomi Redmi 2.
The camera specifications of the phone are blank, but it seems likely a 2 mega-pixel front and 8 mega-pixel rear camera will be used, while the screen is listed at a 4.7-inch 1280 x 720 unit.