The Meizu M8 Mini One is as close to iPhone you can get from a decent company without actually buying the real thing. The M8 wasn’t represented at CES, so hopes were high for CeBIT which is going on as we speak.
The “prototype” (if you can call it that) that the people at Engadget got to play with was rather disappointing, since it was only a screen showing 3 different pics nothing more. Meizu claims the hardware is complete, and that what remains is the software part. Icons and UI are more or less final and will most likely be what the phone will launch with in China in August. Spec sheet after the jump.
[ Engadget ]
- Quad Band, GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
- Bluetooth 2.0
- 802.11b/g WiFi
- 3.4-inch 720 x 480 touchscreen
- 3 mega pixel camera with auto focus
- 667MHz ARM11 processor
- WinCE 6.0 based
- 8/16GB flash memory
- phone, music, video, camera, internet browser
- Auto adjust for orientation and baclight
- 107 x 59 x 11.9-mm
- Hardware encoder/decoder