Purported Meizu E leak looks just like the MX6

A video claiming to show the new Meizu E flagship has been posted online, but appears to show a phone exactly the same as the Meizu MX6.

This video (follow link) claims to show the first glimpse of the real Meizu E smartphone, a device Chinese media are calling the “10,000 Yuan flagship”(not for the price but for the wish list specs leaks claim it has).

If you watched the video and thought “hang on, that looks familiar” then you aren’t the only ones as we also believe the phone in the leaks looks exactly the same as the recently launched Meizu MX6.

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Rumours for the Meizu E say the phone will run a Samsung Exynos 8890 chipset, 2K curved display, all metal body, front fingerprint scanner and dual camera design like the Xiaomi Redmi Pro and Huawei P9.

The only similarities to the rumours the phone in this video have are the metal body and fingerprint scanner location.

Meizu are already sending out invitations for the Meizu “E” launch, the event will be held on the 10th of August when we will finally learn everything we need to know about this mystery device.

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  1. Kike Corral
    August 3, 2016

    if you see the antennas or the edges.. are not the same than Mx6

  2. Kike Corral
    August 3, 2016

    Edges are not totally curved and also the proximity/light sensor is not rounded

  3. realjjj
    August 3, 2016

    You insist on focusing on the fake rumors when leaks that are in tune with this one have also been out there.
    Guess i’ll say it again here, on FB Meizu is teasing the M3E. M would be for Meilan so budget. It’s not Note so maybe it’s 5 inch.
    P10 at 1.8GHz and 1080p are the most credible rumors so far.

  4. balcobomber25
    August 3, 2016

    Its going to be a Meizu Metal Edge with a Helio processor, most likely the P10, maybe the P20 if it’s available. There is little credible evidence to suggest it’s actually a Exnyos, especially with Meizu themselves repeatedly saying they won’t be using it due to it not supporting every network in China.

    • August 5, 2016

      Wow black Meizu phone. Sign me in.

  5. hamaidx
    August 5, 2016

    Meizu has lost it… They have lost their way around… None of the devices they’ve released have anything special et all… every device is just boring in terms of specs and looks…. Please make us go … wooooooww…. Really looking to upgrade to a Meizu … Pls.!!