Meizu today unveiled the Meizu M5 Note handset for the Chinese market with a price tag of RMB 899 (approx Rs. 9K). The M5 Note will be available with 3GB RAM and 16 or 32 GB storage and another variant that will come with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage.
Meizu has launched the awaited Meizu Pro 6 Plus handset in China. This is a Pro 6 successor that is powered by Exynos octa core chipset (Samsung Made). Pro 6 Plus is a premium handset that will come with a premium price tag starting from RMB 2999 (approx Rs. 30K).
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Meizu will launch the Meizu X smartphone at an event in China scheduled on 30th of this month. All that we know for now is that the handset to be unveiled will be powered by MediaTek Helio processor. Full details and the price will be revealed at the launch event.
Meizu launched the Meizu Pro 6s in the Chinese markets for RMB 2699 (approx Rs. 27K). The Pro 6s houses the Helio X25 10 core (deca core) processor from MediaTek and packed with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage space.
Meizu today launched a new octa core handset – the Meizu M5. This handset is powered by MediaTek processor that supports 4G with VoLTE. M5 will be available in 2GB/3GB RAM and 16GB/32GB ROM options, price starts from RMB 699.
Meizu m3s will be made available soon in India, it already got listed on the Snapdeal website with the price tag and with launching soon status. The m3s with 2GB RAM is priced at Rs. 7,999 and the one with 3GB RAM comes for Rs. 9,299.
Meizu today unveiled a new handset in China, it’s called the Meizu M3 Max and as the name says the Max comes with a big screen of 6 inches. M3 Max is powered by Helio P10 processor and packed with 4100 mAh battery.
Meizu launched two new smartphones in China the Meizu U10 and the Meizu U20. Both these smartphones come with finger print sensor (on the front), supports 4G LTE and are running FlyMe UI over YunOS.
Meizu launched the M3E handset in China for RMB 1299 (approx Rs. 13K). The Meizu M3E is running FlyMe UI over YunOS and powered by MediaTek Helio P10 processor. The handset also comes with finger print sensor on the front.