The Chinese smartphone maker Meizu has announced the launch of the Meizu M2 Note phablet that flaunts a large Sharp IGZO display measuring 5.5 inches in size. The device features a refreshed styling and attractive specifications than the M1 Note. Unlike stated in rumors, the Meizu M2 Note does not feature a fingerprint scanner on its home button.
In terms of design, the M2 Note is different from the previous Meizu offerings with its physical home key. The round capacitive button in the earlier devices from the vendor is replaced by a button than can differentiate between a press and a tap. If the button is pressed, it will bring the home screen and if it is tapped, it will go a step back.
Detailing on its specifications, the Meizu M2 Note boasts of a 5.5 inch display that is an IPS Sharp IGZO panel as mentioned above. The screen has a resolution of Full HD 1080p and it is stuffed by a 1.53 GHz octa core MediaTek processor teamed up with 2 GB of RAM.
At its back, the Meizu M2 Note flaunts a 13 MP main snapper with 5-element f/2.2 lens. There is a 5 MP front facing selfie shooter with f/2.0 aperture onboard the device. The entire package is energized by a 3,100 mAh battery that can render a decent backup to the phablet.
The Meizu M2 Note has been launched in two storage options – 16 GB and 32 GB. Both the variants include support for expandable storage space with a micro SD card slot onboard.
Talking of the availability and pricing, the Meizu M2 Note 16 GB is proced at 799 Yuan (approx. $128) and the 32 GB variant is priced at 999 Yuan (approx. $161). The device is available in its homeland China and it will be hitting the retail shelves in the country on June 12. There are no plans for the vendor to launch the M2 Note in the global markets, but it will be listed by the third-party resellers soon.