Meizu is on a roll lately, Alibaba and MediaTek have invested in this China-based company, and it seems like Meizu is getting ready to start rolling out devices. The company has released a number of highly-successful devices last year, and thanks to that, their sales number have gone up significantly. Comparing December 2014 to the end of March 2014, the company’s sales went up almost 100%. Meizu is doing really well in China, and they will enter the Indian market really soon. This China-based company intends to discontinue their MX4 Pro flagship soon according to the latest report, which might indicate that its successor will arrive soon.
Speaking of which, Meizu reached out to us a couple of days ago and confirmed that they’ll hold an event in China at the end of May / beginning of June and announce new hardware. The company wasn’t all that specific in their memo, but we’re expecting them to announce a new smartphone during the event. It seems a bit early for Meizu to announce the MX5 or the MX5 Pro, but it is possible that they intend to announce yet another member of their ‘M’ line, or ‘Blue Charm’ line as it’s called in China. The newest rumor from China says that the company will hold the aforementioned event on June 2nd, and that they’ll announce the M2 Note handset during the event. The M1 Note was announced back in December 2014, so it seems a bit early for Meizu to announce its successor, but who knows.
The M2 Note has leaked several times thus far, and the latest leak showcased the alleged design of the smartphone sporting the physical home button below the display. The leaked handset actually resembles the MX4 Pro a whole lot because of the home button, but it also has the wrap-around colorful body which the M1 Note sported as well. We still don’t know which specifications will the M1 Note sport, but it will almost certainly be powered by MediaTek’s processor and its display will be at least 5.5-inches in size (quite probably a 1080p panel). You can also expect it to ship with Android Lollipop and Meizu’s Flyme UI on top of it.