The Meizu M2 Note is clearly inspired by its direct predecessor, the M1 Note with various obvious design similarities. It is now available in Gearbest for only $129.99. There are only a few visual changes, such as the addition of the physical home bottom and the new placement of its power button. With its solid build quality, the Meizu M2 Note doesn’t feel cheap. The phablet is equipped with 5.5-inch Full HD display based on highly efficient IGZO technology. The 403ppi screen is protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Under the hood, the device is powered by the 1.3GHz MediaTek MT6753 octa-core 64-bit processor and Mali T720MP3 GPU. The 2GB of RAM should offer decent multitasking performance.
There are two internal storage options, 16GB and 32GB; while the microSD slot supports up to 128GB of additional removable storage. However, the microSD slot also doubles as a nanoSIM slot; so users can make the Meizu M2 Note a dual-SIM device, if they think that the internal storage is adequate. Users are able to access the high speed 4G LTE connectivity and HSPA+ in less advanced networks. The single speaker unit at the bottom of the device is fairly loud at the highest volume. The 3100mAh battery offers enough operational time and it should last for a full day.
The M2 Note is equipped with 5Mp front-facing camera and 13Mp rear-facing shooter. At this price point, the device should offer an impressive photography package. Good shots are more than possible and tests show good details and color reproduction. The camera app is easy to use and it comes with the built-in auto mode. We are also able to use the manual control. Other connectivity features include Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi Direct and WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac. Its Android 5.1 Android operating system is coated with the Flyme OS 4.5.1 interface. Gearbest is also offering other Android 5.5 phones and check http://www.newprepaidphones.com for information on prepaid phones.