New M7 images from Mlais. Looks to have similar type fingerprint reader as the Elephone P7000.

Mlais is one of the older brands making China phones. While not so well known to the West prior to the Mlais M52 release, they are well known to budget phone lovers in China.

The Mlais M52 was a successful launch for the company, and while the battery life could be a bit better, for the price the phone was a winner. What I really liked about that phone was that they stuck with 720P.

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They also launched the Mlais M9, a budget MT6592 SoC phone that retailed for $90. This too was a winner for those looking for an ultra budget phone.

Not content to sit on their heals, and in addition to the Mlais M4, Mlais will also be releasing two new models — the Mlais M7 and Mlais MX.

Mlais M7 details:

  • MT6752 [email protected]
  • 5.5″@720P OGS IPS display
  • 3GB RAM
  • 16GB storage
  • Touch finger print reader
  • 5MP front/13MP Sony IMX135 rear camera
  • Android 5.0 out of the box
  • 2600mAh removable battery
  • 3G WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100
  • 4G FDD-LTE: B1/3/7/20 (800/1800/2100/2600)
  • 149.5*76.8*8.6MM (L*W*H)

I really like what Mlais is doing here with the 720P in an otherwise highly specced phone. This keeps cost and heat down, and significantly improves battery life. Very much looking forward to giving the M7 a review to see if it can improve upon the already quite good Mlais M52.

Mlais MX details:

  • [email protected] CPU
  • 5.0″@720P OGS IPS display
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16GB Storage
  • 4800mAh *removable* battery
  • 13MP rear / 8MP front cameras
  • 3G WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100
  • 4G: FDD-LTE: B1/3/7/20 (800/1800/2100/2600)
  • 4G: TDD-LTE:B40(2300-2400MHz)
  • 145.8*71.5*9.9 mm (L*W*H)

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07-MAY-2015: New specs added and some adjustments made to the specs. Dimensions and frequency support have been added.

Notably, the M7 is now scheduled to have a Sony IMX135 13MP rear camera and the MX will have the MT6735 (not MT6732 as previously reported).

Most interesting for me is that the MX will have a *removable* 4800mAh battery. I’ve been looking for a replacement for the THL 4000. While it’s been a great phone for me over the last six months, something with a bit more oomph would be very welcome. I still feel the MT6582 is a fine SoC, but stepping up into some higher specs should be fun.

I’ve also added the latest images. These appear to be mock-ups, but well represent what the end product will look like.

According to Mlais, the pre-sale price of the Mlais M7 will be $190, and for the MX, $140. Both these phones look like they may end up winners. I’ll be looking hard at the MX as my replacement main mobile due to the 5.0″ display, 720P resolution and huge battery.

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New M7 images from Mlais. Looks to have similar type fingerprint reader as the Elephone P7000. Mlais is one of the older brands making China phones. While not so well known to the West prior to the Mlais M52 release, they are well known to budget phone lovers in China. The...
<p class="entry-title">New M7 images from Mlais. Looks to have similar type fingerprint reader as the Elephone P7000.</p> <p class="entry-title">Mlais is one of the older brands making China phones. While not so well known to the West prior to the Mlais M52 release, they are well known to budget phone lovers in China.</p> <p class="entry-title">The <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/7220/mlais-m52-red-note-2gb-mt6752-review-powerful-budget-mobile/">Mlais M52</a> was a successful launch for the company, and while the battery life could be a bit better, for the price the phone was a winner. What I really liked about that phone was that they stuck with 720P.</p> <p class="entry-title"><a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/mlais-m7_5.jpg"><img class=" size-full wp-image-7542 aligncenter" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/mlais-m7_5.jpg" alt="mlais-m7_5" width="500" height="360" /></a></p> <p class="entry-title">They also launched the <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/6533/mlais-m9-review-86-mt6592m-1gb-ram-otg-ogs/">Mlais M9</a>, a budget MT6592 SoC phone that retailed for $90. This too was a winner for those looking for an ultra budget phone.</p> <p class="entry-title">Not content to sit on their heals, and in addition to the Mlais M4, Mlais will also be releasing two new models -- the Mlais M7 and Mlais MX.</p> <p class="entry-title"><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Mlais M7 details:</strong></span></p> <ul> <li class="entry-title">MT6752 [email protected]</li> <li class="entry-title">5.5"@720P OGS IPS display</li> <li class="entry-title">3GB RAM</li> <li class="entry-title">16GB storage</li> <li class="entry-title">Touch finger print reader</li> <li class="entry-title">5MP front/13MP Sony IMX135 rear camera</li> <li class="entry-title">Android 5.0 out of the box</li> <li class="entry-title">2600mAh removable battery</li> <li class="entry-title">3G WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100</li> <li class="entry-title">4G FDD-LTE: B1/3/7/20 (800/1800/2100/2600)</li> <li class="entry-title">149.5*76.8*8.6MM (L*W*H)</li> </ul> <p class="entry-title">I really like what Mlais is doing here with the 720P in an otherwise highly specced phone. This keeps cost and heat down, and significantly improves battery life. Very much looking forward to giving the M7 a review to see if it can improve upon the already quite good Mlais M52.</p> <p class="entry-title"><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Mlais MX details:</strong></span></p> <ul> <li class="entry-title">[email protected] CPU</li> <li class="entry-title">5.0"@720P OGS IPS display</li> <li class="entry-title">2GB RAM</li> <li class="entry-title">16GB Storage</li> <li class="entry-title">4800mAh *removable* battery</li> <li class="entry-title">13MP rear / 8MP front cameras</li> <li class="entry-title">3G WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100</li> <li class="entry-title">4G: FDD-LTE: B1/3/7/20 (800/1800/2100/2600)</li> <li class="entry-title">4G: TDD-LTE:B40(2300-2400MHz)</li> <li class="entry-title">145.8*71.5*9.9 mm (L*W*H)</li> </ul> <img class=" size-full wp-image-7423 aligncenter" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/mlais-mx-mlais-mx.jpg" alt="mlais-mx-mlais-mx" width="250" height="355" /> <p class="entry-title">07-MAY-2015: New specs added and some adjustments made to the specs. Dimensions and frequency support have been added.</p> <p class="entry-title">Notably, the M7 is now scheduled to have a Sony IMX135 13MP rear camera and the MX will have the MT6735 (not MT6732 as previously reported).</p> <p class="entry-title">Most interesting for me is that the MX will have a *removable* 4800mAh battery. I've been looking for a replacement for the THL 4000. While it's been a great phone for me over the last six months, something with a bit more oomph would be very welcome. I still feel the MT6582 is a fine SoC, but stepping up into some higher specs should be fun.</p> <p class="entry-title">I've also added the latest images. These appear to be mock-ups, but well represent what the end product will look like.</p> <p class="entry-title">According to Mlais, the pre-sale price of the Mlais M7 will be $190, and for the MX, $140. Both these phones look like they may end up winners. I'll be looking hard at the MX as my replacement main mobile due to the 5.0" display, 720P resolution and huge battery.</p>



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