Meizu has launched the Meizu M5s smartphone in China. This new handset is powered by MediaTek octa core processor, supports 4G with VoLTE and houses a 3000 mAh fast charging battery. M5s price in China starts from RMB 799 (approx Rs. 7700).

Meizu M5s sails on FlyMe OS version 6.0 based on Android Marshmallow. This handset is powered by 1.3GHz MediaTek octa core processor (MT6753), it is 64 bit hardware coupled with Mali T760 GPU. There is 3GB RAM and optional 16 or 32 GB of internal storage space, plus 128GB external micro SD card support.

This Meizu M5s handset (packed inside a metallic body) sports a 5.2 inch 2.5D curved screen supporting 1280 x 720 pixels resolution. Weight with battery is 143 grams and thickness is 8.4mm. The primary camera is a 13MP shooter using PDAF with f/2.2 aperture (Sony sensor) plus dual tone LED flash. Front camera comes with an f/2.0 aperture and can shoot in 5MP resolution.

Meizu M5s launched in China

It’s a dual SIM handset (Nano + Nano / Nano + MicroSD) that also supports 4G LTE, VoLTE, 3G, 2G, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS. The home button on the front also doubles up as finger print sensor using mTouch with response speed of 0.2 seconds.

Meizu M5s houses a 3000 mAh battery (fast charging supported). It will be available in China from 20th February in 3 color options – Gold, Silver, Gray and Rose Gold, price starts from 799 RMB for 16GB version and the 32GB version will cost RMB 999.

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  1. I have been using Meizu m2 for last 1 year their is no problem with the phone till date. It is working flawless and no performance lag. I am a heavy user I download games like Nova3,Asphalt8,Pokemon go, SFG,etc. all work perfect. I watch movies,youtube and also use dual sim in it all works perfect.

  2. I have seen Meizu phone. Build quality and OS is really impressive!! May be better than Xiaomi!!

  3. Meizu should follow what Xiaomi is doing in India. Meizu smartphone quality is little better as compared to Xiaomi. I personally think Meizu should launch Meizu Note 5 and Meizu M5s.

  4. I used to use a Meizu M2 Note and some months back moved to Redmi Note 3.

    Dis-Advantages of the Meizu M2 Note as compared to Redmi Note 3 were:
    1) No LTE support
    2) No Fingerprint sensor
    3) GPS performance is much better and more accurate in Redmi Note 3

    Advantages of the Meizu M2 note as compared to Redmi Note 3 were:
    1) Very smooth interface and OS, butter smooth (as compared to Redmi Note 3)
    2) Never has hanged up / heated up / restarted unplanned on me….the Redmi Note 3 has an occasional issue
    3) Phone feels better and of higher quality in hand, also has smoother edges as compared to Redmi Note 3
    4) mback button
    5) Even though Redmi Note 3 has bigger battery, I felt the battery life in Meizu M2 Note is better
    6) Apps could be moved to sd-card and hence 16 GB space was sufficient. In Redmi Note 3, unable to move Apps to sd-card and 16 GB space is all used up and getting constant reminders of ‘no space’.

    I would buy a Meizu anytime, provided the GPS performance improves. Have heard that Qualcomm GPS performance is better than Mediatek.

    1. M2 note has LTE support and VoLTE is also supported if you change some settings in system through 3rd party mods. I also had the m2 note, it’s still the best phone I ever had.

      1. Rudra share that volte trick work for meizu m2 note…lots of m2 note users waiting …please share…

    1. No even Xiaomi devices do always come with Mediatek Processor, but they had some patent issues with Ericsson and the same Xiaomi was fined for huge amount in patent infringement case. There after Xiaomi devices in India always come with Snapdragon and variant in Chinese Markets are powered by Mediatek…. So Mediatek devices are good enough as far as budget is concerned.

    1. Yes they are indeed….
      Meizu has to tie up with FLIPKART or AMAZON as a selling partner..
      Their phones are as good as Xiaomi

      1. I m using using Meizu m2 and Meizu m3s both are good phones… just i feel they need to work on there cameras….

        Most exciting part of Meizu is mTouch