Meizu have announced that their m2 Note is now available for pre-order on Amazon.co.uk.
Since its June release in China, the m2 Note has been slowly rolling onto the international stage. Now, the smartphone is finally ready for sale in Europe as an Amazon exclusive.
With a 5.5 inch HD screen, the m2 Note isn’t shy about showing off its display, and the 64-bit 1.3 GHz Octa-core processor is more than enough to run even the newest, hungriest games. The hard drive starts off at 16GB, but a second sim card slot can hold a MicroSD card that allows you to expand the space to an impressive extra 128 GB. 2GB of memory keeps the phone ticking over.
The phone uses Sony’s 3100 mAH battery, which means it’s got up to two days of battery life – or ten hours, if you’re marathoning videos.
Meizu’s own Flyme 4.5 operating system is based on the Android Lollipop 5.1 OS, meaning that you’ve got all the functionality of Android, but with the Flyme overlay. And it’s 4G-capable, meaning that you can run EE and 3 side by side in the dual Sim slots if you feel like it. Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear to support any other other big carriers like O2, Orange, Vodafone, and so on.
Costing £139.99 in Meizu’s official Amazon shop, the Meizu m2 Note is due to be released on 14 August 2015. It is available in two colour options, grey and white.
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