The launch of the Meizu m1 had a few good and bad surprises, the bad being just 1GB RAM (and no current international network support), but at least Meizu have addressed one of these issues.
Since the dawn of low-cost Chinese phones we have come accustom to seeing huge numbers of devices sold out in just a few minutes and the release of the Meizu m1 was no different.
The 5-inch Meizu m1 has had a slight downgrade in specifications since it was launched last week with the battery size being cut to 2500mAh.
Meizu m1 hands on photos have been published. Take a look at the Meizu m1 photos in the gallery and let us know what you think of the little Meizu.
With the launch of the Meizu m1 it was inevitable that we would put together a table comparing the new entry level Meizu to the popular Xiaomi Redmi 2.
It’s only 30 minutes now until Meizu take to the stage in Beijing and announce their new products and services. We will update this post with the latest launch news as and when we get it. Stay tuned!
The upcoming Meizu m1 mini has been spotted at GFXBench, dropping the ‘mini’ part of it’s name and rocking a quad-core MT6732 processor.