TENAA has shed some light on the upcoming Meizu Metal 2 with a new leak and claims of a larger 4000mAh battery.
Expected to see the light of day some time in June, the Meizu Metal 2 has recently been sighted at TENAA with a similar all metal body to the original Metal but larger 4000mAh battery.
We’ve become quite used to Meizu’s strategy now, and so were not surprised to see that the Meizu Metal 2 is only a slight upgraded on the original phone, and in turn isn’t massively different from the Meizu M3 Note which already went on sale earlier this year.
From the TENAA leaks we see that the Metal 2 has a 5.5-inch FHD display, 1.8Ghz Helio P10 chipset, 5 mega-pixel front camera, 13 mega-pixel rear and built-in 4000mAh battery.
Sources also say that the Metal 2 will come in two variants with options for 2GB + 16GB or 3GB + 32GB (both with room for up to 128GB SD cards).
We do wonder what the point of this phone is though. The specs are largely unchanged from the original Metal, and are quite similar to the already on sale M3 Note, so why wait for this?