Meizu, a Chinese smartphone brand had launched the Meizu M2 some time back. Since it’s launch, Meizu has conducted 4 open sales for its M2 smartphone. In each of the open sale, the smartphone has received a tremendous response. Keeping these responses in mind, Meizu is conducting its 5th open sale, exclusively on Snapdeal in India.
The open sale is available starting today, and the phone is available for a price of INR 7,041, slightly lesser than the MRP of the phone. The device can be purchased from Snapdeal using this link.
|Key Specs||Meizu M2|
|Display||5 inch, HD|
|Processor||1.3 GHz quad Core MT6735|
|Internal Storage||16GB, Expandable|
|Camera||13 MP/ 5 MP|
|Dimensions||140.1 x 68.9 x 8.7 mm|
Key Features of the Device
The Meizu M2 has a quite few good features, which make it stand out from other devices in the competition. The key features of the Meizu M2 can be summarised as follows.
The Meizu M2 sports a dual SIM tray, in which you can pop in two 4G enabled SIM cards, and enjoy your connectivity for both of them. One of the SIM slots can be used as a storage expansion if required, by just popping in a MicroSD card.
The Meizu M2 features a 13 MP primary camera and a 5 MP secondary camera. The secondary camera features a technology that Meizu calls FotoNation 2.0, which allows for better selfies using the secondary camera. The primary camera is supported by an LED flash for assisting in taking great pictures.
The Meizu M2 does not lack in the battery aspect either. It has a 2500mAh battery, sealed inside the unibody design of the phone which provides great standby and usage times. Meizu claims up to 680 hours of standby time and 10 hours of 4G internet surfing.
The Meizu M2 sports a unibody design, with just a SIM tray that can be removed from the device. It has the battery built in to the phone and is not user replaceable. The best part is that the display of the device is a 5 inch screen, which allows for a great single handed usage. The light weight, just at 131 gms supports this one-handed usage of the device.
The Meizu M2 is a good device for the price that it is offered. There may be a better phone out there at a similar price point, but the m2 is not a bad device in any sense. We did a survey recently, and people voted that they prefer the hardware and software experience more than the brand value, and we feel that this phone gives you a great experience.