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Meizu M2 note prices in Singapore

Meizu M2 Note is all that you could ask for from a smartphone on its league. From its processing unit, storage space, camera, to its overall performance, you will be amazed at how something so affordable could deliver so much. Know more about Meizu M2 Note here and be impressed

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Meizu M2 note Price by Country
Indonesia IDR 950,000
Malaysia MYR 472
Philippines PHP 5,869
Singapore SGD 122
Vietnam VND 3,390,000

About Meizu M2 note Singapore

A Fairly Enjoyable Screen

The screen display of the Meizu M2 Note that's available at iprice Singapore is indeed a joy to look at it’s very pixel-rich, the colors are greatly saturated, and the viewing angles are just very good. This is all because of a cutting edge screen called the IGZO panel, which is made by the company Sharp.

For a shoestring price, it’s quite unbelievable for a smartphone to have a screen with such a clarity and resolution. Its display resolution is in full HD which is 1080 x 1920 pixels and a pixel density of 403 ppi. The phone boasts a very sharp screen which will surely be a treat to look at every time you watch a movie, linger your eyes on still pictures, or enjoying the display’s beauty.

Long Lasting Battery

The Meizu M2 Note is packed with a 3100mAh nonremovable battery. A standard capacity for phablets which could make your phone last a day with just a single charge. On top of that, the phone has 3 battery modes that could help your phone save more battery when the need calls for it.

Capable 13 Megapixel Shooter

The Meizu M2 note may be a budget phone in terms of price, but as what has been said, it aims to provide the best that it possibly could – even a top notch camera. This device is equipped with a Samsung 13 Megapixel sensor, which could capture not just pixel rich photos, but also laser sharp focused clarity. On top of that, it’s also capable of shooting full HD videos (1080p resolution) allowing you to relive your precious moments in full glory even in a 64-inch LCD TV.

An Amazing Phablet with Unbelievable Price Tag Offered Only at iprice Singapore

While other smartphone brands tend to sacrifice a lot in order to create a more budget friendly smartphone, Meizu, on the other hand, was able to push beyond the limits which we thought was beyond possible, and it was able to take “value for your money” to the next level. With a shoestring budget, you can already get yourself a high caliber smartphone that’s set to do just about anything that a smartphone could. A cutting edge chipset, large storage space which is also expandable, impressive 13MP Samsung camera sensor, long-lasting battery, and a mesmerizing 5.5-inch screen, surely, you’ll get more than what your money’s worth with the Meizu M2 Note.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-03-15
sturdy construction, good sound qualityheating issues
5.5-inch IPS LCD Screen (1920 x 1080), 1.3GHz octa-core MTK MT6753 processor, Mali T720 GPU, 2GB RAM, 16GB Storage, 3100mAH Battery, 13 MP camera Rear Camera, 5MP Front, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Flyme OSPros: sturdy construction, good sound qualityCons: heating...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-09
Meizu is a brand not particularly well known here in the UK. Leigh recently reviewed the Meizu M1 Note , and I have been using a Meizu M2 Note for a few months now. This is my review of the Meizu M2 Note, a device purchased from Shenzhen Chigon Technology...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-29
The M2 Note sells for $160, which is not a lot for an eight core MediaTek phone with 2GB RAM and Full HD display. The phone shares a lot of its DNA with the flagship, all-aluminium Meizu MX5.This is the first phone that we got our hands on that comes with...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-19
Different UI,Decent hardware, Good battery lifePlain design, Interface a little confusing, Mediocre cameras
One of the newest entrants to the Indian smartphone market, Chinese manufacturer Meizu is hoping to make its presence felt with its value for money devices which deliver a lot without costing a bomb. And it has a few neat software tricks up its sleeve too...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-21
At first we would like to thank GearBest for supplying us with a sample of the Meizu M2 Note 4G LTE smartphone for testing and reviewing.“ Our missionAt GearBest, our vision is simple: to become the premier online electronics seller by providing an unpara...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-14
Meizu's M1 Note was the first bang-for-the-buck phone to really take off in the PH at the beginning of the year. When we reviewed it back in March, it was the best phone you could get under 8K. Things have changed drastically since then – multiple interna...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-01
Meizu has been the most recent Chinese smartphone maker to enter the Indian market. It started off with the launch of the Meizu m1 note which was launched in May for Rs 11,999. It has been three months since that launch and Meizu is already out with an up...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-26
Yesterday we shared to you our unboxing article of the Meizu M2 Note, and today we've published the video unboxing to show you guys the phone in action. Just like we mentioned yesterday, the M2 Note is the successor device of the M1 Note , the first phone...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-25
Meizu's M1 Note was one of the first international bang-for-the-buck devices to be sold earlier this year, which coincidentally, also kicked off the fierce competition between local and international brands to capture the sub-10K market. Shortly after it...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-22
Brilliant display, Well designed, Very good battery backup, Good CameraLow volume in earpiece during calls
The sub-10K smartphone segment in India is huge. You can buy phones in all sizes and with different features. While most of these phones offer an identical spec-sheet, there are few phones which rise above the competition. The YU Yureka Plus and the Lenov...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-21
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Meizu announced m1 note towards the end of last year, and in a surprisingly quick evolution announced the m2 note in China just a couple months ago. There are few nifty additions and improvements, like the new home button...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-19
Meizu has unlocked yet another achievement with the m2 note - to deliver yet another amazing phablet with an unbelievably attractive price tag. While others sacrifice a lot to keep the budget, Meizu somehow manages to push the limits way beyond our unders...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-06
Quality manufacturing and a fun design, Nice screen, Decent battery life, Overall speed and responsiveness, Good video playbackMeizu's added features (tap to go back, etc.) aren't explained anywhere, Some Chinese in the interface, not everything is properly translated in English, These language issues have been going on for the past year and a half, Sound quality (usually one of...
Few will find anything particularly original about the M2 Note's design, especially if they've ever seen an M1 Note—or an iPhone 5c. It has the same look, same minimalist curves and same rounded edges as its predecessor. Meizu went with a smooth, glossy p
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Reviewed on 2015-08-03
Great value for the money, Sharp display with pleasing colors, Smooth daily performance with practically no micro lag, Flyme skin supports a lot of very useful gestures, Good image quality, fast shooting speeds, Based on latest Android 5.1 Lollipop, Good...Some apps are not optimized and won't run, Automatic brightness does not work well, Quiet sound via the loudspeaker, No continuous autofocus in video, No fingerprint scanner, Stutters a bit with very demanding games
The Meizu m2 Note comes from Chinese brand Meizu that remains out of the scope of the mainstream customer in the West. This, however, does not mean that it's an obscure and a shady brand – in fact, Meizu has quite a loyal following in China, and recently...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-29
Thin and light design, 5.5inch Full HD IGZO display with no PWM emissions, Android 5.1 Lollipop combined with Flyme 4.5.2, High computing and graphic performance, thanks to the MediaTek MT6753 SoC, 13MP camera with many neat shooting modes and manual sett...High temperatures around the camera after heavy usage
As soon as Meizu m1 note came out on the market, it made a really good impression and definitely garnered the interest of many users. Meizu's strategy, however, was to preserve that interest by replacing the aforementioned device with a new one only a cou...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-22
The Meizu M2 Note was made official in June and many people were impressed by its price tag for what it has to offer. This phablet features an octa-core processor and follows the Meizu M1 Note that released early in the year. If you're thinking of making...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-21
The M1 Note has not been around for a particularly long time, but that hasn't stopped Chinese OEM Meizu from releasing its successor. Does this latest low-cost offering from Meizu prove to be worthy of an upgrade? We find out in this detailed Meizu M2 Not...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-18
On the other hand, I ran a Geekbench 3 battery test and it was impressive. I got over 10 hours of screen-on time with auto brightness and dim screen featured turned off in the test. However, the test results did not save and therefore I could not provide...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-07
Sharp display, Battery that easily lasts a day, Good cameras, Smooth performance, Intuitive navigation system,   No protective coating on display, Software needs to be polished, No proper service network in India
"The MEIZU m2 note is a small yet significant upgrade over its predecessor. Our review"In China, smartphone manufacturer MEIZU might be Xiaomi's biggest rival, but its Indian innings tells a different story. Nearly a year after Xiaomi's entry into the cou...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-02
"We review the recently-announced MEIZU m2 note's cameras" The successor to the m1 note (unboxing and first impressions) phablet, the MEIZU m2 note is expected to be launched in India soon. The two devices are pretty much identical save for a few minor up...
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