Meizu Android Go Smartphone Reportedly Got Certified by FCC

Meizu recently launched the Meizu 15 smartphones with 16:9 displays. In the coming months, the company is also rumored to unveil the Meizu 16 smartphones. Now, a new Meizu smartphone with the model number M810L got certified by FCC. While we came to know the basic design of the device, we are yet to get the first look.

Based on the rumors, the Meizu M810L will be the company’s first smartphone to launch as Android One device. While the company hasn’t succeeded in competing with other Chinese manufacturers on the foreign turf, the upcoming Android One device might be the best possible way to gain some momentum outside of China.

Since the company can’t sell the Android One device in China, it might replace the stock OS with its custom Flyme OS. Looking at the renders, the device seems to come with few basic specifications. On the rear of the device, we can spot the single camera. Unlike its latest flagship devices, we hope this device comes with 18:9 display.

Since there is no fingerprint sensor on the rear, the M810L might feature it on the right side edge. There is a USB port and speaker on the bottom edge and a 3.5mm audio jack on the top. While the power button and volume rocker are placed on the right edge, the SIM card is on the left edge. It also supports dual SIM dual standby.

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