The Meizu M6S was launched back in January after quite a few weeks of speculation. The smartphone was launched with 3GB of RAM and 32GB and 64GB variants. Turns out, there are two more variants, 4GB and a 6GB variant that have been certified by TENAA.
The model number M712Q-B has been certified by TENAA. The M6S will be receiving a 4/6GB RAM upgrade from the existing 3GB. But we don’t know when it will be announced. There are reports suggesting a launch at the end of this month but we are not really sure about the same. The price will also go up and it might be around 1399 Yuan, $220.
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The rest of the specs remain the same. The Meizu M6S is powered by the Samsung Exynos 7872 processor. The display is a full screen 5.7 inch panel that has an 18:9 aspect ratio and 720p resolution. A 3000mAh battery powers the M6S with support for 18W fast charging. The phone has a side mounted fingerprint scanner which was made possible as Meizu skipped the mBack button on this smartphone. The Meizu M6S is priced at 999 Yuan for the 32GB model while the 64GB model comes for 1199 Yuan. The best part, its looks can easily be mistaken for a flagship’s.