The Meizu M5 Note will be releasing on December 6th and we already know about its specifications. Now, we may have few more juicy info about the Meizu M5 Note, that being its price and the existence of an all metal variant.
It’s being reported that the 16GB version of the M5 Note with 2GB of RAM will cost about 999 Yuan, or $145. What’s peculiar is that there is another version with similar specifications, but with a ‘Metal’ moniker. The metal-body featuring M5 Note with 16GB of storage is priced 100 Yuan higher, at 1099 Yuan ($160 approximately).
Seems like the Meizu M5 Note will be priced quite well and that should help with sales. A metal variant should also help in improving sales of the smartphone as customers tend to prefer metal over plastic these days. We’re not sure when the device will be available for purchase on online and offline stores, but we should know more in the next week when it’s announced by Meizu on December 6.
Expected M5 Note specs include a 5.5 inch 1080p display, 2-4GB of RAM based on the internal storage configuration, 13 megapixel rear camera and a 4000 mAh battery.