Meizu will be releasing their first 18:9 aspect ratio phone on January 17. The Meizu M6s has been gaining traction and recently, its specs were found on Geekbench.

Based on the listing, the phone will come with Android 7.0, 3GB of RAM and comes equipped with a 1.59GHz hexacore processor. Previous reports indicate the processor will be Samsung’s Exynos 7872 processor with a Mali-G71 GPU, a processor that Samsung has yet to unveil. The M6s has managed to score 1312 on its single-core test and 3134 on the multi-core test making it perform better when comparing it to the Snapdragon 625 in the single core test but not in the multi-core scores. Other rumours indicate that there will be another variant of the phone equipped with a MediaTek Helio P25 processor. However, there has not been any sightings that indicateĀ an Helio variant of the phone.

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Other than being Meizu’s first 18:9 screen phone, it will also be removing the mBackĀ button and will come with a side mounted fingerprint scanner.