Today a mysterious unreleased phone from Meizu was spotted in the TENAA database. The handset in question is labeled as Meizu M822Q and has surfaced in the Chinese regulatory agency with a set of pictures revealing its design. However, at the moment there are no details about the phone specifications, but it could pretty much be the highly-anticipated Meizu M8 Note.
The M822Q that appears on this picture sports a taller display. The panel apparently doesn’t sport a notch, so it’ll pretty much be an 18:9 screen. Since this device seems to be arriving for the mid-range segment we would bet in a 5.99-inch screen with 2160×1080 pixels of resolution.
On the rear, we can find a double-camera setup aligned on the middle of the smartphone rear. Below the camera we can spot the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, above the pair of lenses, we can see a Dual Tone LED flash. On the front, there is a single camera for selfies.
On the right side of the phone, we can see the elongated Volume rocker. A little below in the frame, the power button mark its presence. The right side of the phone seems to be plain and clean, so we suppose that the SIM tray is placed in the top part of the handset.
The very same Meizu M822Q has received SRRC certification in the last month, so the TENAA certification might be a second step before the smartphone release. The handset may arrive in China as Meizu M8 Note, carrying upper midrange specifications at an affordable price.
The TENAA database should be soon updated with more details and specifications of the handset, so stay tuned for more details and a possible confirmation of the device’s name.