Meizu's octa-core M1 Note will be available globally, possibly for around $200

Meizu's octa-core M1 Note will be available globally, possibly for around $200
Released in December in China, the Meizu M1 Note (also known as Blue Charm Note) will soon be available globally via Meizu's own international web store: MeizuMart. Right now, Meizu doesn't provide too many details about this, just saying that the M1 Note is "coming soon."

It will be interesting to see how much Meizu asks for the M1 Note. In China, prices for the smartphone (16 GB version) start at about $160, so maybe the handset will be sold globally for around $200.

Despite the fact that it's affordable, the M1 Note offers a pretty impressive list of features, starting with a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a 5 MP front-facing camera, and a 13 MP rear camera with dual-tone LED flash. The handset also comes with LTE connectivity, dual SIM support, 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal memory, and a 3140 mAh battery. As for the processor that's powering the M1 Note, this can be either an octa-core MediaTek MT6752, or an octa-core Snapdragon 615 (it's not clear which one will be included on the international version of the device).

Design-wise, the Meizu M1 Note looks like a larger Apple iPhone 5c. The smartphone runs FlymeOS (based on Android KitKat). Would you buy it for around $200?

source: MeizuMart via MeizuNews


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