Meizu M2 Note Review
A new smartphone of Chinese origin with great features and low price is already available for presell (begin to send on July 5) through Everbuying. This time we are going to talk about the Meizu M2 Note, a phablet of 5.5-inch IPS display with full HD resolution, 4G/LTE connectivity and a wide range of features that make the €139.46 a cost with very desirable result.
Now, as we have said before this Meizu M2 Note stands out for its huge 5.5-inch screen with IPS panel and full HD resolution (1080 x 1920), but to enhance this great resolution the manufacturer has integrated a MediaTek MTK6753 processor with eight cores ARM Cortex A-53 of 64-bit and working at a speed of 1.3 Ghz, which is complemented with ARM Mali-T720 GPU of three cores and proven performance in 3D applications, and 2 GB of RAM that make this terminal can run any types of applications easely.
Meanwhile, the Meizu M2 Note integrates 16 GB of internal memory expandable via microSD card up to 128 GB. As good Chinese smartphone it supports two SIM cards (SIM nano in this case) and can use both simultaneously. It supports 2G/3G/4G LTE (compatible with networks in Europe and America too, and the terminal is unlocked to be used with any operator), has WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0 and of course accelerometer, light sensor, proximity and other useful for all kinds of applications, and sensor fingerprint sensors. Meizu has equipped this handset with a front camera of 13 megapixels with LED flash and autofocus and a rear camera of 5 megapixels.
Finally, it is noteworthy that the terminal has a huge 3100 mAh battery manufactured by Sony to ensure high autonomy even with intensive games and applications. Meizu has used a cover “unibody” polycarbonate covering the body of magnesium alloy, giving the terminal a great resistance while giving the user a unique feeling of quality to hold the phablet in your hands, measureing only 8.7 mm thick and weighs 149 grams. All this in the hands of Android 5.0 Lollipop and customization layer Flyme 4.
In terms of design and view, we see a trend of continuity with the previous model, although it has some differences, for example in the side buttons or the front button, but it is not a design that is groundbreaking with respect to its predecessor.