China’s Meizu seems to be preparing to launch another unusual and unexpected launch, shortly after the launch of the Meizu M2 Note the company seems to be also replacing the budget Meizu M1.
The Meizu M1 Note, has been sold for only 6 months, and there already a successor for it in the market. The unexplained tactic adopted by Meizu seems to meet the next step very soon, with the new Meizu M2, the “mini” variant of M Note series.
The Meizu M1 launched at the start of year packing the MT6732 Quad-Core SoC, 2GB of Ram, SD card and Single-Sim. The Meizu M2 follow almost the same but in the place of the MT6732 the company opts by the new MT6735 chipset, 720p screen, and also a 13MP main camera plus a 5MP unit for selfies.
Just as the MT6753 can be considered a under powered version of the might MT6752, the MT6735 is the same for the MT6732, something that arouses the curiosity of all of us about the new releases of Meizu, since new phones are usualy more powerful than their predecessors.
The Meizu M2 could also get a physical home button just as the Meizu M2 Note has, and the MX5 supposedly will have. While the newest replacements from Meizu still unexplained, everything should be answered by earlier reports about a legal battle with Nubia series.
The next Meizu phone is should come in the end of June.