I am sure you must have come across Meizu Smartphones, If not then you must see the Meizu M1 Note. By the looks I get a strange feeling that it somehow resembles the iPhone’s older version, but yet, I must say Meizu is doing a great job in research and development in smartphones. The Meizu M1 Note is a 5.5-inch 1080 FHD display, offering a screen with advanced Panel Shelf Refresh (PSR) technology, lower power consumption, a pixel density of 403 PPI, up to 450nit brightness and a 75% reduction in reflection.
As we all know that today’s intelligent devices require next generation hardware, so the Meizu M1 Note has a new 64-bit octacore MT6752 processor from Mediatek which is based on the advanced A53 core architecture with dual core Mali-T760 MP2 GPU. The processor is capable of running all 8-core in tandem for silky smooth power delivery and huge gaming performance.
For those looking for 4G + 2G Dual Sim, you have got this in the Meizu M1 Note. The M1 Note has a 3140mAhMeizu M1 Note Blue Sony/ATL battery and sophisticated power management processor all controlled by Flyme 4. This means you can surf the web with 4G for 12 hours, play videos for 15 hours, make calls on 2G for 40 hours and listen to high quality music for 60 hours. Now that is what I call “Awesome”.
And for those who are camera geeks, the Meizu M1 Note has an incredible camera. It has a fast and blur free 13 megapixel Samsung sensor and a dual tone LED flash that creates a perfect balance of light for night shots. I wished for this technology years ago. You might now be thinking what about the front camera. The Meizu M1 Note is a selfie pro!. With 5 megapixels sensor and Face AE technology you will hardly believe who is looking at you. It is great for nightlife with low light capabilities of a F/2.0 aperture and Pure Cell noise reduction technology.
There are different colors available to choose from. Meizu knows that every individual has their own style and personality. I was surprised to know that it just weighs 145g and is 8.9mm thick.