Ahead of the launch event on August 10th, the purported Meizu Blue Charm E has surfaced on the Internet revealing live images and specifications of the device.
Recently, an interesting feature of the Blue Charm E has surfaced on the Chinese social networking site Weibo. As per the leak, this device has the ability to control your car -- in case if you own an "internet SUV", the Roewe RX5. Earlier this year, the Roewe RX5 has been showcased at the Beijing Auto show.
Moreover, this car is the result of the collaboration between SAIC (Shangai Automotive Industry Corporation) and Alibaba. Further, this car's infotainment system is a special version of Alibaba's YunOS called YunOS for Car.
Those who owns the Meizu Charm Blue E can now unlock the car, heat up the seats and control the A/C of the car using their phone. This move came after Jack Ma's Alibaba has invested around $590 on Meizu last year.
Moving on, the supposed Charm Blue E smartphone will come packed with 5.5-inch Full HD display, Helio P10 Octa-Core SoC clocked at 1.8GHz, 3GB RAM, 13MP/5MP camera package and powered by a 3100mAh battery with mCharge technology.