Meizu has had some success with the M Note lineup, as it offers good specs into a solid plastic build, of course, not everyone is fond of the very large screens of today's smartphones but would like to have a similar experience in a more compact device, that's why the company releases smartphones with following the same design, but they have a smaller screen. The specs of these devices are not as good as the ones on the larger device, but they are offered at a very competitive price. The Meizu M2 Note was recently announced, only 6 months after its predecessor with some changes like the so-called mBack Home button offering different functionality depending on how hard it gets pressed.
Now, the time has come for the smaller version to be unveiled and the company has actually sent some very original invites for the event of July 29 where the Meizu M2 is supposed to make its debut. Today, a leaked listing of this phone revealed some of its specs and its price, some of this details match the previously rumored information. The listing mentions that the phone will include a 5-inch display with HD resolution, the processor is a quad-core MediaTek MT6735 clocked at 1.3 GHz. The internal storage is supposed to be 16GB eMMC 5.0 memory and the battery has a capacity of 2,500 mAh.
Previous rumors suggested that the amount of RAM would be doubled, resulting in 2GB. The internal storage would be expandable with MicroSD cards up to 128GB. The cameras of this phone would be a 13-megapixel one on the back and a front-facing one of 5 megapixels. The listing includes some colored visuals shaped like the button found on the M2 Note, so this feature might make it to the smaller phone. As for the price, it is listed at 599 Yuan, which translates into $96, a price which was expected, as the VP of the company had previously mentioned that the phone would fit into that price range. We'll have to wait a couple of more days to confirm all of the specs, but the price is still very reasonable.