Following the leakage of China’s TMall online store last July 27, Meizu already officially launched its Meizu m2 model since the 29th of July. The m2 note variant has been declared a midrange set with an entry-level price of roughly $112 in U.S. dollars.
As expected from a product by a Chinese smartphone manufacturer, the specifications are pretty impressive and the price tag… the more. Moving on, we have a polycarbonateunibody handset that can be available in either of the four various hues: white, gray, pink and blue. It sports a 5.0-inch display with 720 x 1280 pixels resolution and a quadcore processor from MediaTek clocked at 1.3GHz.
For the snappers, Meizu endowed its diminutive model with Samsungs CMOS sensor with five-element lens modules and very impressive f/2.2 aperture. Hence, you gain adequate lighting and high resolution for your photographs. On the other hand, the 2500 mAh juicer has been commissioned from the likes of Sony and ATL according to the company.
There is no word yet for the target regions where the diminutive sister of Meizu m2 Note will take place. We can only hope for the best as this handset can be quite appealing for the youngsters and for those who are in need of a back-up handset.
- Dimension :10 x 68.90 x 8.70mm, 131g
- Display : 5.0”HD IPS screen, 720 x 1280 pixels resolution
- CPU : 64-bit MediaTek MT6735, 1.3GHz Quadcore processor
- OS : Android Lollipop 5.1 + Flyme OS 4.5
- RAM : 2GB
- ROM : 16GB + 128GB
- Camera : 13MP primary, 5MP front
- Battery : 2500 mAh
- Price : 699 Yuan (or roughly$112)
- midrange specifications available at a very affordable price
- latest OS with own Flym OS 4.5 skin
- chipset supports 4G LTE
- less bloatware
- too much plastic feel