Meizu K52 Spotted in GFXBench Test: Reportedly Coming with LTE and 64 Bit CPU

By Vigneshwar

The Chinese smartphone market is going through a boom phase right now. Mobile makers like Xiaomi, Gionee, Oppo are gunning big sales in the international market. Now another Zhuhai based mobile manufacturer Meizu is also looking out to expand its presence in the global space.

Meizu K52 Spotted in GFXBench Test: Reportedly Coming with LTE

With the launch of its powerful version of MX4, the China based handset maker Meizu is said to be working on another high-end LTE support handset. Codenamed Meizu K52, the handset is said to be spotted on GFX Bench database recently.

Meizu K52 specifications - What to expect?

According to the GFXBench, it will sport a 4.6-inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, which translates to 478ppi and it is clocked at 1.7GHz octa-core MediaTek MT 6752 with Mali-T760 GPU unit. Further, it is said to have 16GB of on-board storage alongside 2GB of RAM. As there is no information about the camera, it may come with Android 4.4.4 KitKat on the top along with Meizu's Flyme OS out of the box. As per the speculations, it is said to carry the price tag of around 1,000 yuan (Rs. 10,000 approx.)

Meizu K52 Spotted in GFXBench Test: Reportedly Coming with LTE

Also the graphics benchmark test like Manhattan and T-Rex has also performed on this device. While the results were not anywhere near its predecessor Meizu MX4 and MX4 Pro models, however the upcoming model surpassed Oppo U3 in the test.

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The Oppo U3 is another stunning smartphone expected to launch soon with slim form factor and 64-bit processor.

As there are no information from the Meizu authorities, we are expecting more details about this device in upcoming days.

Stay tuned to GizBot for further updates!


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