Meizu, one of the largest smartphone companies hailing from China, recently introduced their newest addition to the mid-range smartphone market– the Meizu M6 Note. The said device will hit the Philippine market sometime next month, but what does it have to offer? Find out in our first impressions!
The M6 Note has the conventional construction with the exception of a full-metal unibody. It has a 5.5-inch screen that boasts a Full HD LTPS 1920 x 1080 resolution display with 2.5d glass protection. The front panel’s design will be familiar to most, but holding it gives off a premium feel due to its metal construction. It is also easy to hold, thanks to its chamfered edges.
The UI is Meizu’s own take on Android—the device is running a skinned version of Android called Flyme 6.0 OS .
Up top, we have some sensors, the call speaker, and the 16MP front camera. The top, bottom, and sides of the front glass panel is slightly curved for a better and more sophisticated look and feel.
On the left side, we will find the shiny hybrid SIM tray.
Moving to the opposite side are the volume rockers and power/lock button. They are nested but they do stick out just a bit. The buttons have little-to-no wobble, making them feel solid and satisfying to click.
Down below is the home button, which is slightly pressed inwards. It also doubles as a fingerprint scanner, as well as the back button.
At the bottom portion of the smartphone, we find the 3.5mm port, the noise-canceling microphone, the micro-USB charging port, and the loud speakers.
Flipping the phone, we will find the dual 12MP+5MP f/1.9 cameras; the smaller one being flushed against the phone, while the bigger one is slightly protruding. Just above the cameras is the quad-LED dual tone flash, which happens to align with the white antenna bands up top.
Inside the box, the Meizu M6 Note comes with a charger cable, a charger brick, a sim ejector tool, and some manuals encased in a very well constructed, cardboard box.
The Meizu M6 is solid in terms of performance, with its 3GB RAM and Snapdragon 625 chip. It can handle every possible program you could want on a mid-ranger. It is powered by 4000mAh battery, which is above average in comparison to most mid-range smartphones. It also has quick charge capabilities so you can expect great battery life, but we’ll see how it performs in our upcoming full review so tune in and don’t miss it!
Local pricing and availability are yet to be announced.
Meizu M6 Note specs:
5.5-inch Full HD LTPS display with mTouch 2.1 @ 1920 x 1080 resolution, 403ppi
2.5D Glass Protection
Qualcomm Snapdragon 625
8 x ARM Cortex A53
Adreno 506 GPU
16/32/64GB internal storage
Expandable up to 128GB via microSD card
12MP+5MP f/1.9 Sony IMX362 / Samsung 2L7 + Samsung 4E8 dual rear camera w/ PDAF, Quad-LED Dual tone flash
16MP f/2.0 Samsung 3P8SP03 front camera
Dual nano-SIM card
GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n
Android 7.1.2 Nougat (w/ Flyme 6.0)
4000mAh battery (with quick charge)
154.6 x 75.2 x 8.35 mm
Black, Gold, Blue
hope that the 3Gb/16Gb variant don’t go beyond 15k.
Its only 9k at sir alexis tan :) i already bought from him.
a Redmi Note 4 (Snapdragon 625 variant) contender!!
nope in terms of photography note4 is out