This is the first 7.9-inch tablet from Meizu Check network Flyme a tablet with logo on the back. There is no doubt: it is the first tablet Meizu, has a 7.9-inch display and will be launched later this year. What would be its technical characteristics?

Hard whether it’s a photo montage, because the one shown in the picture looks like a real tablet Meizu by 7.9 inches . The first company. The photo was published in a Chinese social network and portrays the device has front and rear, allowing us to see the Flyme logo on the back, which certifies the “authorship.” At the moment, it is not clear what the source of this photograph (may have been extrapolated from a user manual or from documents for the certification of the tablet), but no doubt its launch should not be very far. Indeed, the debut could take place on November 30 with the Meizu X, the first smartphone with Ring Flash, or perhaps the beginning of the year.

 Tablet Meizu

Carefully studying the image, we notice that the tablet incorporates a frontal physical button that probably will hide the fingerprint reader to improve data security, while at the back stands a camera with a Flash LED at his side. The chassis seems to be built with ultra-thin aluminum frames and this leads us to think that the Meizu tablet will be a high-end model while maintaining a very competitive price. It could not be otherwise, because in the 7.9-inch category will be met directly with the ASUS zenPad S 8.0, Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 Huawei MediaPad M3.

For the moment there are no more technical information, but we can try to imagine what the hardware features of this tablet: SoC MediaTek Helio X-Series or P-Series, Full HD display (or higher), at least 4GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM, or 16MP rear camera 13mp, 5000 mAh high capacity battery. Support your telephone calls? And at what price you will be offered? For these and other questions we will have to await the presentation.

Source: Tablet-News

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