The Chinese tech firm Meizu is celebrating its 15-year anniversary with the launch of three new phones, and now we’re getting our first glimpses of them and their specs, courtesy the Chinese regulator TENAA (applications available in Chinese here, here and here). The trio of handsets will likely address three price points, with the Meizu 15 Lite at the low end, the standard Meizu 15 in the middle, and the Meizu 15 Plus at the high end.
Details on the Meizu 15 Lite
According to documents from TENAA, the Lite model will feature a 5.46-inch LCD with Full HD display. Despite the “Lite” moniker, this handset has some power under the hood, as it runs on a 2.2 GHz octa-core processor with three different options for RAM: 3GB, 4GB and 6 GB. There are three storage options as well: 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.
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