Meizu m2 note heading to Malaysia later this week

Meizu started a year with a very different stance from the one previously adopted by company. This year the company introduced to M line of affordable devices with decent specs and  more importantly, lucrative prices.

The Meizu m1 note was the first device to come from this series. About six months ago the m1 note brought great specs including the powerful MT6752 followed by the smaller solution in the Meizu m1. Now, six months after both launches, for reasons that still remain unclear, Meizu presented the m2 note with similar specifications. Some will say less, but that in fact keeps the device as an excellent choice, and at a very low price tag.


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The next step of Meizu now seems to be an official launch of the m2 note in the Malaysian market, with an event scheduled to occur 23rd July. The m2 note which can currently be found at around $209 in some retailers will be launched for only $183 (RM699) during a exclusive period through a partnership between Meizu and Lazada Malaysia. In addition, the company will be also giving away a free m2 note back case and tempered glass protector. Currently only the 16GB version of m2 note will be available in the Gray Color.

The Meizu m2 note comes with the newest 64-bit Mediatek, and the new favorite by some companies, 1.5GHz MT6753 as well as 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. The m2 note supports dual-SIM cards, but if you need to use a microSD, you will need to sacrifice the second SIM slot.

For photography enthusiasts the m2 note sports a 13MP main shooter with dual-tone LED-Flash and a 5MP front-facing camera for selfie snappers. There’s a 3100mAh Sony battery for keeping the lights on, the phone weights 149 grams with a thickness of 8.7mm. The m2 note runs Android 5.1 Lollipop with Meizu’s proprietary Flyme OS running atop.

For those interested, the first sale will be happening on Lazada on 23rd July at 12PM. And you can check Meizu page for more details about the M2 Note.

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  1. Shaun Lee
    July 20, 2015

    Why is the Chinese version cheaper than the international one

    • balcobomber25
      July 21, 2015

      Could be for a variety of a reasons such as different import taxes in Malaysia or shipping/production costs. A lot of phones are sold cheaper in their home country than others.

      • kzm
        July 25, 2015

        Malaysia don’t have any other tax beside VAT/GST for smartphone..that’s why you can buy cheaper iPhone or GS6 in Malaysia.

      • carnby77
        July 28, 2015

        hahaha..what about proton cars ah? hehehehe

        • balcobomber25
          July 29, 2015

          What about them? Proton is a Malaysian brand…