Meizu’s Mblu brand is expected to launch its first smartphone in over 3 years dubbed as mblu 10 in the coming days. Recently, the company confirmed that this device will be targeting the ¥1,500 ($235) price segment. Ahead of its official announcement, the handset now gets certified by TENAA revealing some of its specs.
According to ITHome, the upcoming Meizu mblu 10 has been certified by TENAA. The certification reveals the design of the phone, which we already know from a promotional banner on Suning. Additionally, the listing also exposes some of the features of this device.
As per TENAA, the Meizu mblu 10 with model number M2110 will be a 4G-only handset powered by a 2GHz octa-core processor. It will sport a 6.5-inch LCD panel with a resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels (HD+) and a dewdrop notch. It will house a vertically aligned triple camera setup on the rear, however, details about it are not known.
As far as power is concerned, the phone will get its juice from a 5,000mAh battery with support for 10W charging. Lastly, it will measure 9.3mm in thickness, weigh 201g, and will be available in three colors (white, green, black).
Meizu has plans to reach 50 million smartphone shipments in China. With budget models like the mblu 10, it has the potential to achieve the goal.
Meizu mblu is yet to officially reveal the name as well as the launch date of mblu 10.