Meizu M2 comes to the Antutu party with 28,047 points


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Meizu are launching yet another device at the end of the month with many insiders believing it will be a new budget Meizu m2 model.

It’s rather difficult to understand why, but Meizu have released replacements for the MX4, M1 note and a successor to the budget m1 is due too. The Meizu M2 will follow the same formula as current new Meizu models with a slight update to the overall design of the 5-inch phone and addition of a physical home button.

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We don’t know all the details but a newer model quad-core Mediatek chip seems likely, along with 2GB RAM and the same 13 mega-pixel rear camera as the previous m1. In fact new Antutu benchmarks which show a score of 28,047 seem to confirm the use of a low-power 1Ghz Mediatek processor.

28,047 points doesn’t seem all that much, but as long as the phone is stable and has no lag, we have found that many phones over 25,000 points are great daily drivers. It does of course remain to be seen if the M2 will ever launch outside of China, the original M1 didn’t.

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14 Comments

  1. realjjj
    July 21, 2015

    We pretty much do know all the details, except the price, since it went through TENAA. The SoC is not at 1GHz but at 1.3GHz. Here vs the Redmi 2 http://browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench3/compare/3018284?baseline=2974516
    The perf is acceptable for 100$ or less and it seems most others are going with even less perf, Huawei Honor 4A with quad A7 at 1.1GHz ( so in geekbench half the perf of the m2) and priced at 599 and up, Lenovo A3860 with MT6735P (so at 1GHz) priced at 598CNY.

    This one might be even cheaper but we’ll see.
    The door is still open for someone to do better by going 1080p at 100$ and might not take too long before someone does so since screen prices are rather good now and the difference between 1080p and 720p is not big.

    • balcobomber25
      July 21, 2015

      Everyone is chasing the budget segment. That is where the most potential new customers are especially in the emerging Asian markets like India, Vietnam and Indonesia where disposable income isn’t as high as China and the West.

    • bojan radovanovic
      July 22, 2015

      price is 100$ fo 16GB model, and 80$ for 8GB

  2. Abir
    July 21, 2015

    “It does of course remain to be seen if the M2 will ever launch outside of China, the original M1 didn’t.” Really? then how is this possible http://tech.firstpost.com/news-analysis/chinas-meizu-launches-m1-note-in-india-at-rs-11999-amazon-offering-phone-as-part-of-open-sale-267553.html and do check here http://www.amazon.in/b?ie=UTF8&node=6711141031

  3. Abir
    July 21, 2015

    “It does of course remain to be seen if the M2 will ever launch outside of China, the original M1 didn’t.” Really? then how is this possible http://tech.firstpost.com/news-analysis/chinas-meizu-launches-m1-note-in-india-at-rs-11999-amazon-offering-phone-as-part-of-open-sale-267553.html and do check here http://www.amazon.in/b?ie=UTF8&node=6711141031

  4. Nick
    July 21, 2015

    M1 Note is officially in Bulgaria with VivaCom (phone operator).

    • Ivan
      July 22, 2015

      And the 16GB model is more expensive than the 32GB model you can get through resellers….

  5. bojan radovanovic
    July 22, 2015

    better then Mi4i, for half of it’s price.
    yes, it dose not have FHD screen, but everything else is just better

  6. Potato Frankenweinners
    July 22, 2015

    so… what is the difference between the m1 note, m2 note, and the m1 and m2? or is it the same thing…?

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