While one is listed as Meizu M741Y, the other carries the M741A model number.
With dual front facing camera, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, 4000mAh battery, and VOOC charging.
The update also includes March security patch as well as changes aimed at improving stability and performance of the device.
Only those purchasing the handset on a 24 month AU$95 or higher Telstra plan will be eligible for the deal.
The Android-powered device is already available to pre-order in Europe.
Previously, pre-orders were scheduled to ship beginning March 31, but now the date has been changed to April 7.
The device was first announced back in December last year, and then again unveiled at this year's CES.
Users in the United States, at least, can now download and install the game on their Android devices.
The device has been China-exclusive since launch, but that changes now.
Brazil is getting it first, and other markets are expected to get it "in the coming days."
The exact reason behind the delay isn't yet known, but it is being said that the final roll out will now begin sometime in Q2.
A new set of pics is now easier to share through the Photos app through a slow connection.
Nokia confirms to a fan on Twitter that its Android phones will be making it to the States. The question remains: When?
A connectivity problem in the left Joy-Con had folks resorting to taking the controller apart.
Yesterday the blue Moto G5 leaked, and today its sibling goes the same route.
Previously you had to use a phone in order to broadcast a live stream.
This might be the handset that the Chinese company was teasing yesterday.
You can send people your .pdf, .doc, .apk, .zip, and .mp3 files without a hitch.