The Meizu M6s was launched a few weeks after new year. When Meizu launched the device, the M6s got two variants: 3GB RAM with 32GB storage and 3GB RAM with 64GB storage. It features a rare Exynos 7872 hexa-core chipset and has Halo button that acts as a pressure button which can be located at the side of the device. The new variant for the M6s with model number M712Q-B has been officially certified by TENAA. The new M6s variant has upgraded the RAM facility — from 3GB to 4GB and 6GB and unfortunately, the other specs of Meizu M6s remained the same. We have no news with the release date here in our shores but our source says that this will be released later this month in China. Source
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