Meizu to enter Italian market via distributor

To add to the Christmas festivities going on in Italy, Chinese biggie Meizu have announced that the company would be officially distributing its devices in the country starting January!

It is manufacturers like Meizu and OPPO who have managed to put Chinese smartphones on the world map. While at it, they’ve also managed to break the stereotypical image (often a negative one) that everyone had in their minds. With global expansion, Meizu are set to raise the bar by a few notches; there’s nothing to lose for the tech fan. What this will also do is put pressure on manufacturers like Xiaomi, who have restricted their market only to China.

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  1. Simon
    December 24, 2013

    For customers in the EU, I’m guessing if we wanted a Meizu, it would be very good to order direct from this italian distributor ?

    • Dangi
      December 24, 2013

      Yes it should be faster and with 2 years warranty, but don’t expect the same price that they have in China

    • Bertil
      December 25, 2013

      It’s not an official Meizu reseller, I think.

  2. Yassen Yotov
    December 24, 2013

    Again another Chinese seller EU site without EN translation! (*cough* faea *cough*

    C’mon! It’s not that hard to have it other language. Using translating engine sometimes leads to misunderstandings =[

    • MichelM
      December 25, 2013 is not a Meizu website, it was built to sell meizu to Italy market.
      Thats why i guess its only in italian at least for the time being.