Meizu M2 Note (Meilan Note 2) - review of the "sweetest" offer on the MT6753 chip

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As you know, on June 2nd, Meizu introduced the M2 Note smartphone, which many considered as an upgrade of the previously successful M1 Note. Also, many did not understand why update such a popular model, which had hardly been on the market for six months and had not yet lost its relevance. In fact, Meizu M2 Note should be considered as an addition to the company's range of mid-range smartphones. Moreover, in fact, the M2 Note should take its place under the M1 Note as a less powerful and more affordable alternative that supports an extended range of cellular networks.

Recall that the Meizu M2 Note received a weaker 8-core 64-bit MT6753 processor, and also with a clock frequency of its Cortex-A53 cores reduced to 1.3 GHz. Paired with this processor, the novelty also received a weaker Mali-T720 MP3 graphics chip. So performance is not a strong point of the Meizu M2 Note, and it will not suit mobile gamers. However, this processor brought additional support for TD-CSDMA networks 1880-1920 MHz and 2010-2025 MHz, as well as the B39, B40, B41 and B38 LTE-TDD bands.

Outwardly, Meizu M2 Note is very similar to its older brother M1 Note . The diagonal of the display has remained the same as its manufacturer, although according to our feelings, the display here is new and even better. The protective glass of the front panel has also changed, as in the new product Gorilla Glass 3 was replaced with glass from Dragontrail.


The M2 Note also received a brand new Home button, which has now become mechanical with a touch area and is called mBack. And the event indicator that we love in the form of a circle of a touch button has replaced the usual LED indicator, which has moved to the top of the front panel.

The cameras, the amount of RAM and built-in memory remained the same as its predecessor. However, for the first time, Meizu decided to equip its smartphone with a memory card slot, although in the Meizu M2 Note it turned out to be combined with a slot for a second SIM card. The novelty also received a new battery from Sony. And although its capacity has decreased by 40 mAh, the autonomy of the smartphone as a whole has seriously increased.


Many may blame Meizu for the fact that the design and materials of the M2 Note body allegedly have not changed. But in fact, the ergonomics of the device has been seriously redesigned, and the controls have been moved, while the glossy non-removable cases have already become a signature feature of the company's non-flagship smartphone models.

How all these changes influenced, what else interesting the manufacturer managed to bring over these six months to its new smartphone of the Blue Charm line and whether it will become a new hit of the company, you will find out after watching our video review on the Meizu M2 Note smartphone.
We think it's a worthy alternative to the Elephone P8000 .

Happy viewing!


Author: Андрей Ковтун Publication date: 07.07.2015


Total comments: 3
Денис 0
Смарт в общем-то неплохой за такие деньги и от такого производителя. Хотя глянцевый корпус и хрен купишь в норм цвете
07.07.2015 22:36
Андрей 0
Дизайн на какой то обмылок похож. Железо тоже не ахти, не понимаю на что насчитывал meizu с этим M2 Note?
07.07.2015 19:21
Да для игр точно не подойдет и дизайн из позавчера.
07.07.2015 12:59


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