Meizu just announced the M6 Note as its newest M-series device. For those who are familiar with Meizu’s phones will be surprised to know that it’s powered by a processor from Qualcomm.

The M6 Note debuts as the first international Meizu phone to feature a Snapdragon processor — specifically the Snapdragon 625. Complementing the midrange chipset is 4GB of memory and up to 64GB of internal storage.

Aside from the processor, the M6 Note also boasts its imaging capabilities. It has dual rear cameras using sensors from Sony or Samsung. A combination of 12-megapixel primary and 5-megapixel secondary cameras make up the dual setup for an artificial bokeh effect. The primary sensor has a bright f/1.9 aperture and dual phase detection autofocus. As for the front camera, there’s a 16-megapixel shooter with beauty mode.

The phone has a 5.5-inch Full HD display, a sizeable 4000mAh battery with 18W mCharge fast charging tech, and 4G LTE. Meizu’s Android Nougat-based Flyme OS 6.0 runs on the phone.

Pricing and availability are yet to be confirmed. Early rumors point to three variants with the cheapest one to have a processor from MediaTek.

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