Presented a few days ago, the Meizu M5S is preparing to arrive on the Asian market, adding the existing ones M5 ed M5 Notes. After proposing you a first photographic hands on, today we offer you the first evaluations on the terminal, including benchmarking, sample of the camera and timing of recharge.
Meizu M5S: benchmark, camera sample and charging times
Starting from this last aspect, the Meizu M5S is characterized by integrating the support to the quick charging with output up to 18W. This allows the practical act of reaching 56% in about 30 minutes and the 100% in 120 minutes, a result not surprising given the battery from 3000 mAh. To have a comparison, I Xiaomi Redmi Note 4X, with battery 4100 mAh it takes about 135 minutes.
As regards the benchmarking, given the medium / low-end hardware segment, we did not expect large numbers and in fact through Antutu the device gets a score of about 38.000 points, unlike the 43.000 points achieved by Xiaomi Redmire 4, while the Redmi 4 Pro it is attested on the 62.000 points.
Moving to the photographic sector, we find a rear camera from 13 mega-pixels with opening f / 2.2, autofocus PDAF and dual LED dual tone flash. In illuminated environments we can notice a good dynamic range and a well balanced white balance, even if, as often happens in this price range, theexposure it does not seem to shine particularly. Furthermore, according to what was stated, theautofocus it would not be very effective.
In night phase, while not offering a particularly wide opening, the terminal seems to defend itself well, without excelling particularly, especially as regards the definition of the image and the chromatic tonality (tending to purple).