In its bid to tackle Xiaomi as the leading brand competitor, Meizu is spinning out new Android smartphones, with the most recent being the M1 Note phablet, and it looks a lot like the iPhone 5c. A lot!
The Meizu M1 is developed with a unibody polycarbonate chassis available in candy-clad shades which is exceptionally much like the iPhone 5c. A close evaluation however, will certainly expose that the contours and advantages are absolutely nothing like the 5c, once again, the quantity buttons talk the Apple layout language.
On the hardware front, here’s the break down; the device which is gone for the Chinese market largely, corrects up there with a few of the most effective mobile phones. Loading a 64-bit MediaTek octa-core CPU clocked at 1.6 GHz, the M1 Note is carrying a 1080p 5.5-inch display, 2GB of RAM and a Samsung provided 13-megapixel electronic camera module for the back shooter, with a dual-tone LED flash. The front-facing camera is a wide-angle 5-megapixel system, and the electric battery is a handful 3,140 mAh one.
The M1 Note runs Meizu’s very own Fyme 4.1 OS, a highly tailored ROM based upon Android 4.4.4 KitKat. The device with its colorful mindset is misleading of its powerful specifications, and that’s not all; the phone lugs an extremely small cost tag of $ 160 for the 16GB version, and $ 190 for the 32GB one.
The Meizu M1 Note is virtually absolutely a real bang-for-the-buck mobile phone, despite doing not have attributes like the fingerprint scanner located on the MX4 Pro, and much more significantly, the absence of expanding storage space with users being stuck to 16GB or 32GB out of the box.
The phone is expected to be introduced in China on the 30th of December and Meizu is currently accepting pre-orders for its phablet, and is expected to be released in the Western market somewhere in the second one-half of January, unless Apple chooses to question this technique.
Meizu can have done better compared to the wallpaper being utilized in the M1 Note, which is precisely like the one located on the iPhone 5c.
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