may be working on a compact alternative to its 5.5-inch m1 metal, judging by an
entry into the GFXBench database. Unlike the potential OnePlus Mini from yesterday though, the metal mini
won't be packing the same punch as its big-screened brother.
Meizu M57AC Blue Charm Metal, as it's called in the benchmark result, is in
fact the name of the proper Meizu m1 metal, and we would
have dismissed the listing if it wasn't for the different chipset. This
apparently new device comes with a Mediatek MT6753 chip, while the large model
enjoys the more powerful Helio X10 (MT6795).
alleged metal mini should come with a 4.6-inch display of FullHD resolution,
coincidentally the same as yesterday's OnePlus Mini. The specsheet goes on with
2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and a 13MP camera with 2160p video recording, but
that last bit is definitely a mistake, given that the chipset doesn't support
specs are also quite different from what we're expecting to
be the Meizu PRO 5 mini. That one is rumored to feature a 4.7-inch
display, the Helio X20 powerhouse and 3 gigs of RAM. Let's hope that Meizu
doesn't give up on it, for the sake of mini-flagship lovers.