Meizu’s m2 note may be the most talked about Meizu phone at the moment, but don’t forget that the company also has an affordable series of non-phablets going.
The Meizu m1 was launched way back at the start of this year (doesn’t that sound like a long time back, after the reduced time between flagship launches?), and it appears as though the Chinese company is ready to give it a refresh. Which is why, the Meizu m2 just dropped by at TENAA to get network certificaition.
The device was certified in three variants — M578M, M578U and M578C — the difference between which isn’t clear as yet. Besides that, the m2 will be to the m1 what the m2 note is to the m1 note; a minor refresh. As for the choice of SoCs goes, it’ll most likely be the new MediaTek MT6735, which is pretty entry-level to be honest.
Nonetheless, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of ROM should help the cause. What are your expectations with the Meizu m2?