Now the upcoming flagship Meizu M6s spotted at Geekbench listing. On January 17, the Meizu M6s supposedly officially be presented. For this day, the manufacturer has announced the release of the model. And now it shows up in Geekbench.
The processor according to previous reports is Samsung’s 14nm Exynos 7872 with a Mali-G71 GPU. The processor itself hasn’t been formally unveiled by Samsung through the phone’s launch is less than a week away. He listing mostly reveals details we are already familiar with. Even the Meizu M6s runs Android 7.0, has 3GB of RAM, and is now powered with a 1.59GHz hexacore chip.
There are new rumors which the Meizu M6s will have a MediaTek variant for the version released worldwide. Concerning performance, the Meizu M6s scores 1312 points at the single-core evaluation and 3134 points at the multi-core test. Aside from the dents, the chipset does perform better than the Snapdragon 625 from the single core evaluation but lagging behind it from your multi-core test. Meizu does not have a tradition of releasing exactly the same phone with different processors. Also, the last time that a rumor similar to the surfaced was at the event of the M6 Note. There was even a photo proof there could be an Helio P25 variant of the phone, but it never happened. For complete and final specs we have to wait a week.