Meizu m2 has been the slightly stripped down version of its popular sibling the Meizu M2 Note. Meizu entered India with its MX5, m1 Note and the m2 Note, and now the company has announced that it will be making the m2 available for the Indian market starting next week. The Meizu m2 boasts of a unibody construction and it comes with a metal finish to bring elegance to the table in the trademark Meizu style.


Meizu m2 is equipped with a 5-inch 720p display and GFF full lamination which apparently minimises the reflection and improves the quality of the display. The device is powered by a 64-bit MediaTek MT6735 quad-core processor and paired with a 2GB of RAM. On the imaging front, Meizu m2 boasts of a 13-Megapixel Samsung primary sensor and a 5-Megapixel secondary sensor. The camera software comes with handy features like zero-delay shooting technology and the recently updated FotoNation beautifying feature.

The Meizu m2 will run on Android 5.1 wrapped in the company’s Flyme 4.5 UI which is now a lot more stabler than before. The device offers 16GB of Internal storage along with a microSD card slot, which can accommodate a more than generous 128GB. Meizu m2 heralds with the usual bevy of connectivity options including 4G LTE, Bluetooth 4.0, Dual SIM and A-GPS.

The smartphone would be made available in white, blue, grey and pink color options. Meizu has not yet revealed the pricing for the phone but we harbour a feeling that it will be well within the 10k range. That being said, the competition in the sub 10k segment is fierce and Meizu needs to take many a contenders heads-on to make space for itself. Meizu m2 will rival the likes of Yu Yureka Plus, Lenovo K3 Note and Asus Zenfone 2 Laser.

Meizu has been coming up with well built devices which sort of feel premium for the price tag they come with, and the camera has always been its forte. The Flyme OS is slowly evolving and hopefully it will one day become a noteworthy overlay that we would actually like using on our phones. The other issue that has been holding up prospective buyers is the lack of customer service centers, although the company has been working on it we just hope they can speeden up the process.

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Mahit Huilgol is a Mechanical Engineering graduate and is a Technology and Automobile aficionado. He ditched the Corporate boardroom wars in the favor for technology battle ground. Also a foodie by heart and loves both the edible chips and the non-edible silicon chips.