Meizu, the Chinese smartphone maker had launched their budget flagship, Meizu Note 8, in China last month. Latest leaks, however, are suggesting that the company may soon launch a Meizu Note 8 Plus.
Powered by Snapdragon 632, Meizu Note 8 sports 12 MP+5 MP rear camera; its base variant with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage has been priced at CNY 1298 (approx $187 / Rs. 13,400). Leaked images of what is being suspected to be the Meizu Note 8 Plus is reportedly sporting a quad-camera setup on the rear, equipped with Sony IMX362 primary sensor, depth sensor, super wide-angle sensor, and a telephoto sensor. As of now, Samsung Galaxy A9 is the only known smartphone that features a quad-camera setup, and the camera configuration is the same as that which may soon be sported by the Meizu Note 8 Plus.
The company is yet to release an official statement. And while a triple rear camera setup will start being sported by budget smartphones, starting next year; it should not automatically be expected that the Meizu Note 8 Plus will cost anything less than CNY 2000. It is expected to have the model number M1823, and a metal unibody design. From the image it is also discernible that the phone has the power button and volume rocker on the right edge; and dual LED flash and circular fingerprint sensor on the top and bottom of the quad cameras modules, respectively.