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Meizu M2 is a mid-range smartphone steal at less than $100

If we told you that you could have a smartphone for less than a hundred dollars, and the specs wouldn’t suck, would you believe us? But what if we told you it wasn’t from any of your “trusted” brands for mid-range smartphones like Sony, HTC, LG and their like, would you still be interested? Well, apparently, this device exists and it’s from Chinese OEM Meizu and it’s called the M2 and it’s launching soon in China.

Metal-clad Meizu MX5 unveiled, packs Helio X10 proc

Meizu is currently not a household name when it comes to smartphones and Android gadgets the way Samsung, HTC, LG, and Sony are. But one thing the China-based manufacturer can do, along with many of these upstart Chinese outfits, is to put pressure on the big boys with aggressive pricing and faster factory-to-market delivery in emerging markets. Meizu’s newest flagship, the Meizu MX 5, arrives just after the company unveiled the M2 Note smartphone earlier this month, and looks to be a contender in the budget flagship niche.

Meizu intros new m2 note smartphone

This is no longer a leak. Meizu has revealed the Meizu m2 note. Phone is expected to remain as an affordable mobile device although a bit higher than the first-gen m1 note. It was only last December when this Meizu series was introduced, making a colorful statement for the youngsters but a few months later, here's a  quick follow up.

Fleksy now pre-installed in Meizu devices

It's always a huge bonus for virtual keyboards that come pre-installed with a certain brand of smartphones or tablet. While yes, they are available on Google Play Store and people can download and install them on their devices, regardless of brand, but there is still something about coming to a user near you straight out of the box. Fleksy, one of the more popular ones around, has received the "seal of approval" from Chinese OEM Meizu and now comes with their devices worldwide.

Meizu unveils Meilan m1, new m1 Note variant, LifeKit platform

Meizu made quite a splash yesterday when it unveiled not one but three new products. Well, two and a half to be precise, as one is just a different variant. That variant is the new Meilan m1 Note for China Telecom, this time bearing a Snapdragon 615 instead of a MediaTek. Completely new, however, is its smaller sibling, the Meilan m1, with a 5-inch screen instead of the larger 5.5. And last but not the least, Meizu is expanding into your homes with a new LifeKit platform for smart appliances.

Flyme OS 4 beta for Nexus 5 gets leaked

Xiaomi's MIUI won't be the only game in town soon, especially on the Nexus 5. The Chinese-made custom ROM has had many fans, but it seems like Meizu wants a piece of that pie as well. A leaked image of this Chinese manufacturer's custom-made Flyme OS 4 for the Nexus 5 has popped up and is making rounds over the net. And while the brave first testers described the ROM as "beautiful", subsequent tests revealed showstopper bugs that definitely confirms this image as an unofficial beta version.
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