Meizu produces a wide range of smartphones, from entry-level gadgets to powerhouses like the Meizu m3 Note. If you’re in the market for a cheap entry-level device though, consider the Meizu m2 with a quad-core Cortex-A53 processor has a clock speed of 1.3GHz and a chic-design that just screams hip.
MediaTek’s CorePilot™ module found in the Meizu chipset allows for seamless integration between its CPU and GPU and the 64-bit processor works together with its Flyme OS 4.5 based on Android 5.1 to give you a sleek user experience.
Although it doesn’t sport 4GB RAMs like flagships out there, for its price, the 2 GB of onboard RAM and Samsung’s advanced 16 GB eMMC 5.0 high-speed flash memory gives you a pretty impressive level of speed that is hard to match at this price range.
The 5-inch 720p HD screen, that’s fully laminated is truly remarkable when you look at its 1000:1 contrast ratio.
Its camera is also pretty decent, with a 13MP shooter on the rear, a 5MP shooter on the front and FotoNation 2.0 image enhancement technology to improve your shooting capabilities. Such resolution is rarely found at such a low price range.
Your m2 will also have a great battery life, with a 2,500mAh battery and first-class SONY/ATL battery cells. That gives you 680 hours of standby time.
Ergonomically-designed, the Meizu M2 has an uncompromising manufacturing technology. The device utilises a moulded polycarbonate unibody design throughout the entire phone and with its striking blue and pink designs, the ultra-light 131g smartphone is a true sight to behold.