The Meizu m1 note is among the best phones in the sub-$200 category as our review suggests, but it appears as though the device isn’t going to be that affordable in China’s neighbouring market of India.
Meizu only recently gave itself a ninja launch in India, but is yet to make any formal announcements… including those about device. Which is why, I’m a little apprehensive about this listing, but nonetheless: the Meizu m1 note has been listed on domestic Indian shopping portal Snapdeal.com. The device is listed for a hefty 34,999 INR which translates to over US$550.
The m1 note comes with the powerful MediaTek MT6752 which we also saw on the JiaYu S3, and has a 5.5-inch 1080p display, 13 mega-pixel rear camera and a 5 mega-pixel front camera. A non-removable 3140mAh battery powers the m1 note, which should be enough for a day’s worth of usage.
Like mentioned before, please take this listing with a grain of salt, for you never know if it is fake. Meizu should hopefully make a formal announcement around the same; meanwhile, we’ll get in touch with the brand hoping to elicit a response on the same.