Only a week has passed since Meitu launched the Meizu T9, but there are now indications that the company may be unveiling a new Meitu phone soon, as yet another Meitu phone has been spotted on the TENAA website for the usual certification.
Listed as the Meitu Meitu MP1710, the upcoming device unsprisingly has the hexagonal design for which Meitu phones are known. The device, as per the information published on TENAA should come with a 5.88-inch OLED display with a 2244 x 1080 resolution with dual cameras set up on either side, while the rear side is adorned with a fingerprint sensor. As for the internal configurations, the Meitu MP1710 has the same Snapdragon 660 mobile platform found in the Meitu T9, and will hit the shelves in two variants: 4GB+64GB and 6GB RAM + 128GB variants with storages that are expandable using MicroSD cards.
Much like the Meitu T9, the Meitu MP1710 is a quad-camera handset, so we expect it to be as strong as the T9 in the photographic department. The device has a dual 12MP + 5MP cameras on both sides, but we can not at the moment confirm if or not it will come with Meitu’s usual camera features and beautification technology. The device gets a slightly smaller 2830mAh, but still retain Meitu’s 18W dual-engine fast charging.
The device will arrive running Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box in White and Streamer Red color options. We’ll keep you updated when the device goes official.