- - Display
- - Battery Backup
- - Expandable memory
- - Rear Camera
- - UI
- - Light weight
- - Easy One hand operation
- - Non-removable Battery
- - Hybrid Sim Tray
- - Selfie Camera
- - Video
- - No FM Radio
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Lot of users have been asking a 4g smartphone below INR 7000, and lucky enough to get a phone from Meizu. Decided to have a quick review of the smartphone.
Specs of Meizu M2
- 5″ HD Display ~ 294 ppi with Ashai DragonTrail Glass
- Quad-Core 1.3 GHz Mediatek MT6753 processor
- 2GB RAM + 16GB Internal-memory expandable up to 128GB
- Android OS 5.1 with Flyme
- 13 MP Rear Camera + 5 MP Selfie
- 2500 mAh non-removable battery
- Dual Sim 4G LTE
- 8.7 mm and 131 gm
- Priced @ Rs 6999
What’s all in the Retail Box
- Meizu M2 with Non-removable Battery
- USB Cable
- Travel Charger
- Sim Tray Tool
- Warranty support
- User Guide
Unfortunately Meizu skipped Ear Phones.
Meizu M2 is an entry level 4G Smartphone with good specs. It’s a uni-body smartphone with non-removable back cover, means non-removable battery. Like other smartphones, it does not have capacitive touch buttons. The home buttons works with single, double and long press.
On the bottom, you will see a charging port. On top you get a 3.5 mm jack, On left side you will find a hybrid sim tray, which can accommodate, two nano sim or one nano sim and a microSD card. On right side, you will find volume rocker and power button.
The Smartphone got a good design and material. It does not look premium, but on the other side, it does not look like a cheap build. Used camera for a while, a good sniper at this price. Selfie camera was not that great, but ok for the moment.
Video capture was not that good. Was not satisfied with video quality.
At this price Meizu M2 Offers good specs, it could have been better, If Meizu can work on selfie camera and video shooting. Even in Benchmarks, Meizu M2 scored low, and yes felt lag on higher side while playing games and video.
What I liked most was the Simple UI. I think that’s where Flyme OS impressed me. Though Camera menu was way too simple, and picture and video size was determined by Small, Medium and Large.
Benchmark : Though M2 came last in all benchmarks, but still performance was not that bad. In some cases, multi tasking was fast. The only issue was Games. One good point, phone never heated up during the whole test.
Geekbench : 606 / 1587
Antutu : 32922