Meizu M1 Note Phablet

On the off chance that the cellphones above helps you to remember a somewhat colorful plastic Smartphone from a certain Apple company, you’re not the only one. A month from now it’ll be a full year since the first entrance in our fortnightly Monsters from Asia segment, in any case, in this way, we’ve been primarily centered around the top of the line gadgets that China (among other non-standard brands from other Asian nations) produces at an extraordinary pace. For this scene, on the other hand, we needed to highlight a lower end gadget that still offered executioner specification at boundless costs, and for some odd reason Meizu today at long last disclosed its reputed Blue Charm Note gadget. It fits that bill consummately. In its offer to tackle Xiaomi as the top brand contender, Meizu is producing new Android smartphones, with the most recent being the M1 Note phablet, and it looks a great deal like the iPhone 5c.

The Meizu M1 is outlined with a unibody polycarbonate case accessible in sweet candy-clad colors which is greatly like the iPhone 5c. A nearby investigation shows that it may uncover that the bends and edges are in no way like the iPhone 5c, so it may look like Apple outline dialect.

On the equipment’s front, here’s the break down; the gadget which is gone for the Chinese advertise principally, is straight up there with a percentage of the best cell phones. Pressing a 64-bit Mediatek octa-core CPU time at 1.6ghz, the M1 Note is conveying a 1080p 5.5-inch display, 2gb of RAM and a Samsung gave 13-megapixel camera module for the back shooter, with a double tone LED flash. The front-confronting camera is a wide-edge 5-megapixel unit, and the battery is a modest bunch 3,140mAh one.

The M1 Note runs Meizu’s own particular Flyme 4.1 OS, an exceedingly altered ROM focused around Android 4.4.4 KitKat. The gadget with its bright demeanor is beguiling of its capable specs, and that is not all; the smartphone conveys a low price tag of $160 for the 16 GB version, and $190 for the 32 GB one. The Meizu M1 Note is probably a genuine value for-the-money cell phone, regardless of needing gimmicks like the fingerprint scanner found on the Mx4 Pro, and all the more importantly, the absence of expandable stockpiling with clients being screwed over thanks to 16 GB or 32 GB out of the box.


  • Display Size- 5.5 inch
  • Display Resolution- 1920 x 1080p FHD
  • Processor- 64-bit octa-core Mediatek MT 6752
  • RAM- 2 GB
  • Storage Capacity- 16GB Non-Expandable
  • Front Camera- 5 Megapixel, f/2.0
  • Rear Camera- 13 megapixel
  • Radio- Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth v4.0, GPS, Dual Sim
  • OS- Flyme 4.1 based on KitKat
  • Battery- 3140 mAh

The telephone is relied upon to be dispatched in China on the 30th of December and Meizu is now accepting pre-orders for its phablet, and is required to be released in the Western market some place in the second half of January, unless Apple chooses to scrutinize this move. Meizu could have shown improvement over the wallpaper being utilized as a part of the M1 Note, which is precisely like the one found on the iPhone 5c.