On Sunday, April 6, Chinese mobile making company Meizu held its first presser in India and chose IT city Bangalore as the venue.
After analysing the success rate of Xiaomi in India now Meizu has also confirmed to launch its 5.5 inch display phone in the country after much success in China. Yes, we're talking about Meizu M1 Note which was first launched in December last year and now it will be available in India most likely next month.
Meizu M1 Note - Key Specs and Price
The Meizu M1 Note has got a 5.5" display running on a Mediatek Octa-core processor manufactured in-house by Meizu. The SoC is backed up by 2GB of RAM.
Even though the body is entirely made up of plastic, the phone still impresses with its looks. The device runs on Android 4.4 KitKat with Flyme 4 UI.
The rear camera on the Meizu M1 Note is a mighty 13MP which has very impressive features and the quality of the camera is simply outstanding. The 5MP front snapper is also praise-worthy and covers a wide angle.
As far as storage options are concerned the phone is said to be available in two fixed memory variants, 16GB and 32GB, namely. Powering the phone is a 3140mAh battery which is sealed neatly on the back.
The phone's price is yet to be closed but we can assure that the price will be somewhere in between Rs. 12,000 to Rs. 15,000. Talking to the team we could also figure out that the device might go on a flash sale.
Rather, Tim from Meizu India affirmed that the company doesn't want to restrict the sales of the device to any one channel and that the device will have an online as well as retail presence in the market.
At the same time, in an exclusive interaction with GizBot, one of the officials also informed that the company's prime objective is to deliver quality products to the users. He also went on to say that the company has three phones in its pipeline for launch in India this year.
Meizu is the leading smartphone brand in China and sells more handsets than OEMs like Xiaomi and Huawei. The company thus aims to have a chunk of the market share in India as well. The company believes that India's mobile market is huge and houses a lot of potential.