After launching M1 series for a few months, Meizu M2 Note released date the highly-anticipated Meizu M2 Note Smartphone on 2nd, June.
Generally speaking, most upgraded version has huge improvement on basic hardware, but it didn’t happened on Meizu M2 Note, instead, an interactive design to be available is way more essential. Besides, it costs even lower than Meizu M1 Note.
In the aspect of exterior, Meizu M2 Note has inherited an obvious Meizu style, including curved back cover, R design, seamless technology, magnesium-aluminum alloy structure, colorful coating, etc. It is slightly thinner, only 8.7mm, of course, battery has been shrunken accordingly, only 3100mAh.
Of course, the most important revolution ought to be button below the screen, which has been substituted from a round circle to solid press button, similar to MX4 Pro, now Meizu called it “mBack”. It steers clear of troubles resulted from Smartbar and brings interactive experience and convenient control.
Like I mentioned above, Meizu M2 Note has nothing changed apart from 64-bit MT6753 Octa-core processor(1.3GHz frequency), which is the first Octa-core smartphone with MTK solution. It support dual 4G LTE, dual card dual standby, with customized Flyme 4.5.
Besides, Meizu M2 Note has literally the same specs to previous generation, still 5.5-inch screen, 1080P resolution, IGZO technology, along with 2GB RAM, 16GB/32GB ROM, 5MP+13MP camera(OV+Samsung), GPS/GLONASS, digital compass, gyroscope.
Though it appears to be nothing changed on specs above, but I’m impressed by an unprecedented retail price, just 799RMB(16GB), 999RMB(32GB).
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