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Entry-level Meizu M2 now official, costs around Php5K




The entry-level Meizu M2 has finally been announced and with it comes decent specs like a 5-inch HD display, 2GB of RAM and a 64-bit processor — all for a reasonable asking price.

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Meizu M2 specs:
5-inch HD display @ 1280 x 720 resolution
64-bit 1.3GHz MediaTek quad-core processor
Mali-T720 MP2 GPU
2GB RAM
16GB internal storage
Expandable via microSD up to 128GB
13MP rear camera with f/2.0 aperture
5MP front camera
4G LTE
Dual-SIM
2500mAh battery
Android 5.0 with Flyme UI 4.5


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The Meizu M2 indeed carries a price that’s according to its category. The aforementioned specs all come in for CNY699 or approximately Php5.1K when directly converted. It will come in blue, pink, grey, and white, and will soon be available in China with no international availability as of yet.

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26 Responses

  1. andre says:

    I find this misleading. Official? It’s not even officially available in PH, and the actual price in PH is not yet even known.

    • abe says:

      Cherry mobile-killer?

    • jokab says:

      misleading indeed.

    • Boy2 says:

      Parang hindi naman kailangang maging available agad sa pinas para masabing “official” ang isang product. Ibig sabihin lang nun ay “officially announced” ng company… Marami rin akong nakikitang kapalpakan sa mga posts dito sa yugatech, pero this time, mali ang pagkakaintindi mo bro. Peace :)

    • archie says:

      Officially announced sa China. Di dahil wala sa Pinas ang device e rumors pa rin ang category.

    • hindi naman nya sinabing officially available in our country

    • i have a friend that was there, he told me it was 599 yuan, not 699 yuan, so directly coverted it will just be about 4.3k, whats amazing is the JBL headphones by meizu will sell for 99 yuan.

    • yooga says:

      Medyo misleading nga. Dapat di na sinama yung Peso equivalent sa title kung di rin lang imemention ang word na China. Pwede naman title- Meizu M2 now official in China, costs around Php5K.

      The fact na sinama yung (approximate) price in Philippine Peso sa title parang ina-associate yung Philippines sa word na “official”.

  2. abcde says:

    may headset na ba yan? baka wala pa din.. -_-

  3. archie says:

    Tapos sony sensor pa ang gamit? Wala na xiaomi patay ka na talaga. Marami pa naman ang nagsasabi na maganda at sturdy ang build ng meizu phones kesa sa xiaomi.

  4. Ronald says:

    Hmmmm… Sana nga at 5K yan. Mukhang ok with 2GB ram.

  5. andre says:

    Mas malinaw sana kung ang price sa headline ay CNY. Eh di klaro na sa China lang sya official. Anyway opinyon ko lang naman yan, baka naman ako lang ang mahina umintindi.

    • mandirigma says:

      masyado ka kasing bida bida pre. haha! think before you post. mga keyboard warrior nga naman. lol

    • cams says:

      wala naman kasing mali sa title eh. mga assumero lang talaga kayo agad. walang nilagay na pilipinas tapos magtataka kayo bakit sa china lng pala available. malinaw ang title. ng advance thinking lang kayo.

    • Jordan says:

      Wala talagang mali sa title pero may pagka-click bait. Scroll down ka sa 1st page entries dito sa yuga. Tingnan mo yung dalawang article title:

      July 29
      Morris Garages launches MG GT sedan in PH

      July 28
      Motorola Moto G (2015) officially unveiled in India

      tapos etong sa Meizu walang nakalagay na country pero may Philippine price na nakalagay? eh malamang ia-asscociate mo yung official release dun sa currency na nakalagay.

      Pwede naman palang ilagay ang country sa title, dapat title neto Entry-level Meizu M2 officially released in China. Kung hindi kasya sa title ang peso equivalent, sa loob ng article na lang dapat nilagay.

    • De giant says:

      Hindi ka naman mahina umintindi, hindi mo lang masyadong naintindihan.. Hehe
      Usually kase inaannounce ng company yung isang bagong product, so officially announced na sya pero usually rin hindi agad agad available kahit sa bansa pa nila.
      Minsan ginagamit ng yugatech yung word na “outs”. Which is for me ibig sabihin available nang bilhin. Yun pala “announced” lang hindi pa “out in the market”

  6. andre says:

    excuse me, sino nagbibida? leaving a comment is nagbibida? di sana wala nang comments section di ba.

    • andre pabida says:

      sir! dapat kasi isip muna bago comment! hindi po sya official sa china lang, official na po na may M2 (di na kelangan hulaan). official doesn’t mean available na! misleading ung title kasi assumero po kayo. converted price ang nilagay sa headline para makarelate ang pinoy hindi dahil available sa pinas! ty sir

    • Hulk says:

      Haha wag mo nman awayin si andre. Normal na misunderstanding lang yun.

      @jordan sa itaas.. “Announced” plang, hindi pa “released”!!!!!!!!! :)

  7. andrescruz says:

    Misleading po talaga ang title kasi malamang hindi naman interesado ang (karamihan) visitors ng yugatech sa mga products na official pa lang sa China. Philippine context po tayo. So para may mag-click nung article, kailangan paniwalain (i-mislead) yung visitor na Philippine context yung news kaya local currency yung approximate prize na nilagay. Paki look-up na lang po yung definition ng word na “misleading” bago tayo magsabi na assuming lang yung mga nagsabi na misleading yung title.

  8. andre says:

    Dami palang nagkukuta na mga TALANGKA dito sa comments section ng yugatech…

  9. just wow says:

    Ano ba sa word na “misleading” ang hindi maintindihan ng mga tao dito? Walang nagsabi na mali ang sinabi sa title. Ang sinasabi mali ang pagkaka-title ayon sa niloloob nito.

    The fact na pwede ma-misinterpret ang content ng article, ibig sabihin hindi malinaw o sadyang hindi nilinaw ang title ng article.

    Sinadya man o hindi, talagang misleading ang title.

  10. hoola says:

    Misleading.

    Ang title- now official tapos may Philippine price.
    Ang content- now official in China tapos ang peso price, approximate conversion lang.

    Parang ganito lang

    Title- Si Mayor kumaliwa
    Content- Si Mayor kumaliwa ng liko ang sasakyan

    Di ba walang mali sa title pero kung titingnan mo ang title sa context ng article eh misleading di ba?

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