Meizu might be working on an alternative to its Meizu m1 metal. Meizu seems to be interested in making the phone that has appeared on GFXBench website. The Meizu metal mini will pack in the punch similar to the original big-screened phone - The Meizu M1 Metal.
The Meizu m1 metal is actually known as the M57AC Blue Charm Metal on the benchmark. The Meizu m1 metal comes with a Mediatek MT6753 chip, while the original large model of the meizu phone is powered by a Helio X10 Mediatek MT6795.
The Meizu Metal mini should come with a 4.6" display of FullHD resolution, very similar to the OnePlus Mini that appeared yesterday. The specifications for the Meizu Metal mini goes by something like a 2GB RAM, 16GB interanl storage and a 13MP camera with 2160p video recording. You can also expect that the Meizu metal mini will also have a 5Mp selfie shooter. Meizu fans can also expect a fingerprint scanner, microSD slot and non-removable battery.
It's still not clear if the purported Meizu mini could also be the Meizu Pro 5. The Meizu Pro 5 is rumored to have a 4.7" display, with Helio X20 Powerhouse and 3GB RAM. This is certainly a treat to Mini flagship lovers.