I've tried some different phones in the shop. Meizu don't impress me. It's design is good but UI is crap and uncomfortable.
Anonymous, 14 Sep 2017their spec, quality and OS never impressed anyone.Their quality is good.
Not as good as Apple or Samsung or Sony. But close to the levels of Motorola, LG, and HTC.
Their OS is impressive.
FlymeOS impresses me, the critic. It's definitely better than its closest competitor MIUI.
And leaps and bounds better than other Chinese peers such as FunTouchOS, ColorOS, AmigoOS, EMUI, eUI, ZenUI, VibeUI, AcerUI.
Actually its impressive because its deeply skinned but in an intuitive way without trying to imitate competitors. Quite full-featured and fluid performance too. Much better than the fully-skinned flagship OEMs like Samsung's TouchWizz or LG's UI. Or possible half-skinned versions like the current HTC Sense. Although I prefer a Stock or Near-Stock experience from the likes of the Nexus, Sony, OnePlus, etc etc.
I'm my 6750 user. Nothing wrong , performance is great, cheap prize, more powerful gpu than Galaxy J5 or j7 or a3 2017, cat.6 , fast charging, just little non power efficiency
their spec, quality and OS never impressed anyone.
Meizu must have fool following in china.
Since when did Meizu impress us with specs?
What??? I thought I was looking at Galaxy S2
Specs impress negatively
if they lower the price enough, they may sell some. what are they doing???
specs fail to impress
If it's all reliable information - seems like Meizu faces hard times
What made people interested in M6 Note (me included) was the autonomy of the phone (caused in part by Snapdragon 625 and the large capacity battery) and also the quite impressive rear camera sensor (IMX362). Since M6 will probably lack both of them it will most probably be just another common low end average quality cheap Chinese smartphone.
WTF, this crap should sell for $ 50. this is as standardish low-endish as it can get, and it looks like that as well, like a generic Chinese phone