At the start of the month, Chinese manufacturer Meizu unveiled its smartphone m2 Note, successor to an m1 Note model formalized in late 2014. It turns out that the device begins to appear at resellers who offer it for 170-200 dollars, or 150-180 euros.
As a reminder, the Meizu m2 Note smartphone uses the platform MediaTek MT6753 with its octocore 1.3 GHz processor coupled to 2 GB of RAM, its Mali-T720MP3 GPU and its 4G / LTE modem at 150 Mbps. It also has a screen 5.5 inch Full HD (403 dpi resolution) which will position it on the niche of phablets, two SIM slots, 5/13 Megapixel photo sensors and a 16/32 GB flash memory expandable by MicroSD (by sacrificing the second SIM slot).
Measuring 15.1 x 7.5 x 0.9 cm and weighing 149 grams, it also houses a non-removable battery of 3,100 mAh. The OS is a Flyme OS 4.5 ROM with a base Android 5.0 Lollipop.