While M1 was announced back in December, its note variant Meizu M1 Note got launched yesterday in an event held in China.
Meizu M1 Note - Key Specifications
What's very interesting about this device is the fact that it's powered by a Qualcomm's Snapdragon SoC, unlike the original M1 Note which is powered by MediaTek's MT6752 chip.
This device looks identical to the original M1Note, the only differences we could find here are located on the inside. This device is made for China Telecom's CDMA network, and the only difference between the two devices is in the SoC and the bands (aside from the CDMA, it supports GSM, TD-LTE and FDD-LTE bands).
Another interesting fact here, this is the first Snapdragon-powered Meizu handset to date. This might mean we'll see more Meizu handsets being equipped with Qualcomm's chips in the future.
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This handset still features 2GB of RAM and comes in 16 and 32GB internal storage variants without an SD card expansion. The Adreno 405 GPU ships with the Snapdragon 615 64-bit octa-core chip here, of course, and the device equips a 3,140mAh battery as well. 13-megapixel camera is located on the back of this thing along with a dual LED flash, while you'll find a 5-megapixel snapper on the front side of this device. 5.5-inch 1080p (1920 x 1080) display is still here as well.
The 16GB version of this handset will cost 1,099 Yuan (approx Rs. 10,852), while a 32GB model will set you back 1,299 Yuan (approx Rs. 12,828). So, now we can say that the M1 Note handset now has a twin predecessor which is running on a different processor.
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