Meizu m1 Note Review
The world we live in is changing and will soon be inherited by new generations. Our gift to the next generation is the Meizu m1 note. With the launch of the Meizu MX4 and Meizu MX4 Pro, we have seen Meizu move away from plastic to use alloy bodies in their higher end phones. The Meizu m1 note is designed to be the cheapest Android smartphone yet.
The 5.5-inch IGZO display of the Meizu m1 note is a Sharp unit with a FHD resolution of 1920 x 1080 that results in a pixel density of 403ppi, up to 450nit brightness, and a 75% reduction in reflection thank to a full GFF lamination.
Packing a 1.7GHz MTK MT6752 64-bit processor with quad-core CPU, the Meizu Note operational capacity and performance are enhanced by MTK’s heterogeneous computing approach. This chipset harnesses the robust integration of many components for incredible speed and power efficiency. Among them, the custom Krait CPU architecture for sustained peak performance, integrated 4G LTE connectivity and Adreno 306 GPU for superior graphics and gaming experience, boosting 3D interfaces, colors and textures.
Meizu m1 note Benchmarks:
In benchmarks the performance of the Meizu is flawless, but more importantly the real world speed of the phone is right up there with flagship phones sporting more RAM and Snapdragon chipsets.
- Antutu: 41,053
- Quadrant: 14,881
- NenaMark: 61.0fps
- GFXbench Manhattan: 323.3
- GFXbench Manhattan Offscreen: 360
- GFXbench T-Rex: 871.5
- GFXbench T-Rex Offscreen: 882.3
- Vellamo Browser: 2091
- 3D Mark Ice Storm Ultimate: 10,839
With amazing performance and customization options, Flyme 4 was always going to be the right choice of OS for meizu m1 note. We even went a step further and have designed 5 particular wallpapers to match the color of your phone for more style points!
One of the largest differences between the Meizu m1 note and it’s more expensive counterparts is the incredible camera! Taking photos is fast and blur free with the 13 megapixels Samsung sensor, and a dual tone LED flash creates the perfect balance of light for night shots. Even the faster action can be tamed with a zero lag 30 fps burst mode. During the course of the Meizu M1 Note review, we must say that the camera is able to capture detailed images and does not disappoint in low-lit conditions.
Meizu m1 note photo samples
After using the Meizu m1 note side by side with the Meizu MX4 and MX4 Pro we are a little shocked. The phone is easily good enough to be a serious alternative to the MX4, It is not easy to have a phone with so many features at such a less price. Our Meizu M1 Note review left us more than satisfied with the phone. A phone which definitely delivers more than asked for and users will get more than what they had bargained for.