Meizu m1 mini release date announced, 28th January

meizu m1 mini launch

If you haven’t been on Weibo this morning you may have missed that they have announced the launch date for their newest phone, the Meizu m1 mini.

So the rumours, teasers and leaks have all been leading up to the launch of something, and today Meizu revealed what that was. On the 28th January, a Meizu “Connected” launch will take place that promises the release of a new Meizu product.

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It is highly likely that the product in question will be the rumoured 5-inch Meizu m1 mini, a phone that will rival the recently updated Xiaomi Redmi 2. Specifications for the phone have not been released but it will more than likely run a 64bit Mediatek processor, and feature a plastic unibody design. Pricing should be around 699 Yuan in China.

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  1. Qidamin
    January 19, 2015

    still waiting for the M1 Note FDD, but I will get a close look to this one too!

    • Squizzy911
      January 19, 2015

      Same here. Green color would be nice

    • Squizzy911
      January 19, 2015

      Ok. Saw an info about the FDD Version on aliexpress. they said that it will be available between 20-25 January 🙂

  2. yalok
    January 19, 2015

    As far as I heard, GPS is still not as good as on quallcom, although much better then before.

  3. afafafasfafafa
    January 19, 2015

    i hope it will have 2gb RAM !!!! this is minimum in this time…..

  4. Mike
    January 19, 2015

    Meizu keeps introducing new phones when they cannot supply even their own Chinese markets with their existing models. Try to order Meizu MX4 online, it is closed, no can do.

  5. Skyler Mutziger
    February 23, 2015

    love these chinese phones i got a chuwi vx3 broke the screen because im a dumb ass who likes to break phones but honestly i would never buy a samsung or htc ever again knowing about companies like meizu chuwi votophone and other companies like that the things you must be careful to look for though are if they support the american phone line frequencies and if its 4g lte because most cellphone companies have switched over to 4g and no longer offer true 3g its that 3g edge shit and it runs terribly slow this is just my honest info from one person to another looking for a cheaper solution for their smartphone needs!