Meizu, the Chinese mobile manufacturer, has launched two new handsets in their home market, they are called U10 and U20. These devices are powered by Alibaba’s YunOS. It is not the first Meizu handset to run on this OS, as the company recently announced the M1E, the Helios P10 powered a smartphone.
The new pair of handsets under U Series is a part of Blue Charm Series. They both feature a metal frame with glass body sandwiched on both sides. The U10 model sports 5-inch display, while packing an Octa-core processor under the hood. Note that it has two variants, one comes with 2GB of RAM and 16GB internal storage, while the second variant comes with a 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage.
Talking more about the U10 handset, it boasts 13-megapixel image sensor on the rear and a 5-megapixel image sensor on the front for selfies and video chats. There is a 2760 man capacity battery powering the device. It has a mTouch 2.1 fingerprint sensor embedded in the home button.
The U20 smartphone have a larger 5.5-inch 1080p display; it is also accompanied by an Octa-core processor. There is a similar setup of different models when it comes to RAM and internal storage availability. You can either go for 2GB RAM/16GB storage setup or 3GB RAM/ 32GB storage setup.
Coming to the camera department on the U20, it has 13-megapixel image sensor on the back, whereas there is a 5-megapixel image sensor adorned on the front side; it can be used to take selfies and video chats. Aboard is a 3260 mAh capacity battery that should easily last for a day.
As far as the pricing and availability goes. The U10 has priced 999 Yuan for 2GB model, while 3GB model sales at 1199 Yuan. The U20 is priced at 1099 Yuan for 2GB model, while 1299 Yuan for 3GB model. The bigger screen handset would be available starting August 28 on Meizu Stores, while from next day it can be purchased on Meizu Mall, Jingdong Mall, Lynx Official Flagship Store and Tesco. While note that U10 would be available in a similar manner but dates are different., i.e. September 18th & 19th.