Almost every smartphone maker is releasing a smartphone with a “Full View” or 18:9 display. This makes it possible to fit a larger screen without increasing the width of the phone excessively.
When Xiaomi announced the Redmi 5, it is probably the most affordable 18:9 smartphone you can buy with price starting from 799 CNY (about RM492) for the base model. If you’re looking for an alternative, Meizu has just announced the M6s and it is powered by Samsung’s new mid-range Exynos processor.
Meizu‘s rounding out their 2017 in Malaysia with a pair of new mid-range smartphones that stick to good-old-fashioned value for money. No 18:9 screens or fancy gimmicks…well, one fancy gimmick, but for the most part it’s a pretty cookie cutter bang-for-buck handset.
Meet the Meizu M6 and M6 Note.
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For those who are looking for something different, here’s a very different flagship smartphone. While other smartphone makers are going for an all-screen bezel-less look, Meizu is taking a different approach by having two displays with their Meizu PRO 7. If you’re interested, it’s finally available for pre-order in Malaysia and you can pick it up this week.
Meizu has taken the covers off its latest flagship smartphone. Instead of making the display taller like Samsung and LG, the Chinese smartphone brand is trying to stand out by fitting a secondary display at the back.
This might remind you of YotaPhone but Meizu is taking a step further by fitting a colour AMOLED display that’s also touch enabled.
MediaTek’s new Helio X30 processor was suppose to elevate its game into the flagship smartphone segment. With 10 cores and based on a 10nm fabrication process, the Helio X30 was meant to compete with Qualcomm’s top of the line Snapdragon 835 processor.
Unfortunately, months have passed and most smartphone brands have opted for Qualcomm’s flagship offering. Now it turns out that Chinese smartphone brand, Meizu is giving a shot at MediaTek’s top processor with its new upcoming flagship, the Pro 7. Apart from having dual-cameras, the new Meizu Pro 7 also comes with a dual-screen design which is different from what’s available at the moment.
Meizu is rather a quirky Chinese smartphone brand that’s known for producing decent smartphones at a competitive price point. Now they are reaffirming their presence in Malaysia by introducing two new smartphones – the Meizu Pro 6 Plus and the M5 Note. Meizu smartphones in Malaysia are now distributed by Dynamics Distribution Sdn Bhd.
For a company that’s primarily known for making smartphones and MP3 players, Meizu has taken a bold step into a new segment of the market with their brand new device the Meizu Mix — the company’s first-ever smartwatch.
Only it isn’t exactly a smartwatch.
For those that demand flagship specs for half the price, Meizu has just announced its new MX6 smartphone in Beijing. Essentially this is a budget friendly version of the Meizu Pro 6 but it gets a larger 5.5″ screen.