Meizu has announced a smaller variant of its m2 note, the Meizu m2. Coming with an attractive price tag and decent mid-range specs the smartphone is aiming to bring lots of bang for your buck.
The Meizu m2 is built around a 5-inch IPS LCD of 1280x720 pixel resolution with AGC Dragontrail glass protection. At its haeart is a MediaTek MT6735 chipset with a 1.3GHz quad-core Cortex-A53 CPU, Mali T720 GPU and 2GB RAM.
Internal storage is 16GB, expandable by up to 128GB via the microSD card slot. The m2 also features a 13 megapixel F/2.2 rear camera with Samsung sensor and a 5 megapixel F/2.0 front camera to cover your photography needs.
Meizu M2 runs Flyme 4.5 running on top of Android 5.1 and offers dual SIM with LTE, but keep in mind that the second SIM shares its slot with the microSD card so you can't have both.
The smartphone is powered by a 2,500mAh battery that should last for up to 23h of 2G calls or 12h of Wi-Fi web browsing or 680h of stand-by, according to Meizu estimates.
The Meizu m2 will cost 699 Yuan in China ($112) and will come in four different colors - white, gray, blue and pink. All of those feature polycarbonate unibodies that look very similar to the m1.