Meizu introduces 5 inch U10 and 5.5 inches U20 in Blue Charm lineup
Meizu has upgraded their Blue Charm series yesterday (Wednesday) with the introduction of two new handsets, named the U10 and U20. Both devices are of premium builds, all having a metal design and glass on both of their sides.
Picking the devices one after the other, the U10 is a 5-inch device that runs an octa core CPU under the hood. Coming in two variants, the first variant is marked by its 2GB of RAM coupled with the 16GB of internal storage space and the second one has both 3GB RAM and 32GB internal memory. The back is improved with a 13MP unit and the front has a camera module of 5MP. With a 2760mAh battery, there is a fingerprint sensor embedded in the home button. Priced at an equivalent of $150 and $165 for the 2GB and 3GB variants respectively, the YunOS is installed on them.
The U20 on the other hand has a bigger 5.5 inch of screen and also has variants of 2GB RAM/16GB and 3GB RAM/32GB. It has the same camera configuration as the U10 with 13MP on the back and 5MP on the front. The home button has a fingerprint scanner pre-installed too and with YunOS on board, a 3260mAh battery keeps the lights on. For this one, the 2GB/16GB version costs $165 while the other is priced at $195.
Official availability of these devices would be the 28th of August on the Meizu Store.
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