Meizu has a flagship device in the pipelines and even though we don’t know the actual name of the unit yet, it has been codenamed ‘Legent’ for now. This revelation came in form of some leaked images online which shows us the raw sketches of what the unit is supposed to look like at the time when the full production has been finished. The images were posted on Chinese micro blogging website, Weibo, and they also did well to give us the likely specifications on the flagship from the Asian OEM.
From the post, the device would be sporting a home button on the front and we expect the fingerprint scanner to be embedded in there. It also shows us an interesting camera module which looks like it could be reversed. Allegedly, Samsung would supply Meizu with its Exynos 8893 chipset to be used on this device and it would have a massive 5.7-inch screen of full HD. There would be an allocation of 6GB to the CPU and then, storage options of 64GB and 128GB. For the camera unit, it would have a single 16MP camera that can be reversed to it works both ways.
Running the Android Nougat 7.0 out of the box, the Legent is supposed to be powered by a battery unit of 3400mAh rating.