Chinese vendor Meizu announced its latest device, MX6, touting its camera capabilities and display technologies.
The device is said to be the first featuring a Sony Exmor RS IMX386 camera. This gives a single pixel size of up to 1.25µm and a customised 6-element lens, meaning “the image quality is greatly improved and the interference from the lens flare is significantly reduced”.
Meizu is using “touch and display driver integration (TDDI)” technology for the first time. Instead of using separate chips for touch and display driving, both are integrated in a move to reduce power consumption during use and produce a better display effect.
MX6 also features an aviation aluminium magnesium alloy body and “unique cambered antenna design”, which it said echoes the edges and angles of the body.
Other features include 5MP front camera, 10-core MediaTek processor and 3,060mAh battery. It has 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.
The device is available in silver, grey, gold and rose gold priced at $300 (CNY1,999).