Meizu M2 now available at just Rs 1 via an official contest

    Meizu has just announced that their budget smartphone dubbed the M2 will be up for grabs at Rs 1 in India. Apparently the Chinese smartphone brand is conducting a contest on their official social network which will allow contestants to stand a chance to grab the recently launched Meizu M2 at a crazy price tag.

    Meizu M2 now available at just Rs 1 via an official contest

    According to Meizu the contest will start from today and will continue till 21st of December, 2015. Contestants can participate in the activity using the below mentioned step and post on the official Facebook page of the Meizu India using #m2for1.

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    Meizu wants you to put on your thinking cap and visualize a place where you would love to see the Meizu logo. Thereafter you have implement it in reality by typing, painting or inking the logo in an unusual place. Finally you are required to click the pic of your masterpiece and post it on the official Facebook page of the company using the above mentioned hashtag - #m2for1.

    Just by participating in the contest you can stand a chance to win the Meizu M2 Note. Just to recall the Meizu M2 Note comes with a 5 inch HD (1280x720p) IPS display, 1.3GHz quad core Mediatek 6735 SoC, 2GB of RAM, 13MP rear camera and a 5MP front facing Selfie Snapper.

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    The Meizu M2 Note which was launched earlier this year is available on Snapdeal at a price of Rs 6,999.

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