Last month, Meizu released the Meizu M8 Note smartphone, which had an attractive starting price of 1,298 Yuan (~ 187 $ – 164 €). Now it looks like the company can plan to release an advanced version of the same phone with the nickname Meizu Note 8 Plus. In the international arena, the phone probably has the nickname Meizu M8 Note Plus. The revealed photo of the alleged phone appeared on SlashLeaks. Interestingly, the phone is equipped with four cameras mounted at the back, reminding in aesthetic terms, the new Mate line from Huawei.
SlashLeaks in addition to the picture below shows that the Meizu phone has the model number M1823. It seems to have a metal chassis with red paint. The square camera module housing the four camera sensors is located above the fingerprint scanner.
It is speculated that the configuration of a four-chamber Meizu Note 8 Plus camera can power the Sony IMX362 main sensor in the Note M8. It can be combined with a depth sensor, a super-wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens. Samsung has launched the Galaxy A9 smartphone as the world's first smartphone with four rear cameras. Because Meizu shares a healthy business relationship with Samsung, there is a chance that he will use the Samsung Quad-camera solution.
No information is available on the Meizu M8 Note Plus specification. The device may have specifications similar to those available on the M8 Note smartphone. The latter is equipped with a 6-inch IPS LCD screen that supports FHD + resolution and an aspect ratio of 18: 9. The Snapdragon 632 chipset supports 4 GB and 6 GB of phone RAM. Includes 64 GB internal memory as well as an external memory slot.
The back panel of the phone has a 12 megapixel and 5 megapixel dual camera module. It is equipped with an 8-megapixel selfie sensor. The handset has a Flyme user interface based on Android 8.1 Oreo. It is supported by a 3600 mAh battery with 18W mCharge support, Meizu fast charging technology. The handset is available in China in four colors: black, gray blue, burning violet and red flame.