Today the Meizu M2 goes on sale to customers in China from 10am, while international buyers can pick up the device for $149.99.
Meizu’s Flyme ROM finds its way on Elephone’s latests and looks pretty snappy.
Meizu’s flagship MX5 was released only earlier this week, but now it’s already available for international pre-order online. The device is being sold by online retailer Gearbest, and will hopefully be shipped out on the first day of August.
A couple of leaked images this morning show the Meizu MX5 along with details of a fast charging technology Meizu are calling mCharge.
We’ve seen the specifications, we’ve seen the renders an we have even seen the Antutu benchmarks, now it is time to see the Meizu m2 note in the flesh in real photos.
It is a leak or is it misdirection? Whatever it is sure looks like the 2nd generation Meizu m2 note we have been hearing a lot about.
Some news emerged from Meizu today, which can be worrying for many used to their Flyme OS, which can soon say goodbye to one of most interesting features.
The Meizu m1 note has been on sale in China for a few months and in India a few days, here is our unboxing and first impressions of this mid range Mediatek phone.
It is no secret that Meizu have a new phone up their sleeve and even less so now that 2 Meizu phones have been sighted in official Chinese documents.
Well that didn’t take long! Just moments after the announcement of next months launch a leaked photos of the Meizu Note 2 has surfaced.
Recently we posted news that Meizu could launch a second generation Meizu Meilan Note and new MX5 in just a few months, following up that story are a couple of renders of said flagship.
Waiting to get your hands on the Elephone P7000? So are we and we cannot wait to try out ColorOS and Flyme on the phone.
Elephone are working on their own PC suite which will allow owners of Elephone phones quickly, and easily update their devices with updates or custom ROMS.
Android 5 Lollipop is still missing from Meizu’s range of current devices, but new screenshots confirm that at least the MX4 Pro is being ran on 5.0.1 in China.
A leaked roadmap has appeared online which tells Meizu fans when they can expect to see Lollipop arrive on their phones and the good news MX2 and MX3 owners are included.
The Meizu MX4 Pro finally receives Android 5.0 Lollipop via Flyme 5.0, but there’s a catch…
If you are a fan of Meizu then we have some great news in the form of new OS updates and a new launch destination.
Meizu fans wanting to sweeten up their smartphones will be happy to see that development of Flyme 5.0 based on Android 5.0 Lollipop is well underway.
Meizu have posted a teaser over on their official store stating that the affordable Meizu m1 note will be launching soon.
Which of these 64bit MT6752 smartphones is better to buy? The Meizu m1 note or the latest Ecoo E04 Aurora?