UMi will have stock of their UMi eMax in online reseller stores from Friday from just $159.99, just $30 more than the Meizu m2 note and with higher specs to boot!
The Meizu m2 note launched today, that was the big yesterday, but I cannot help but feel underwhelmed when the at $130 (Chinese price) it has way lower specifications than the latest UMi which costs $160 (International price).
While the M2 note is only currently offered to Chinese fans of the phone, by the time international resellers get their hands on it we will be looking at prices of nearer $180 with shipping, perhaps even more. Not a bad price in reality, but with just single SIM support, a downgraded CPU and low Antutu scores there is more on offer at a better price already.
From Friday, international resellers will be selling the UMi eMax for just $159.99. While the phone doesn’t have a physical home button (woop) it does come with a stock Android install, larger 3700mAh battery and more powerful MT6752 chipset. It also offers space for dual LTE SIM cards and micro SD too.
Other eMax features are a 5.5-inch FHD display, 2GB RAM, 13 mega-pixel main camera and a body that measures just 7.9mm thick. We’re hoping to have a review eMax in the next few weeks so watch out for our hands on.