Are you for real?? Meizu's Design is ripped from iPhone and everyone knows that. Dont be a fool.
Reasonable price positioning
Android Kit Kat (upgradeable to Marshmallow as they said)
Slow camera response
Camera take off alignment pictures (what you frame from the screen is not what you get from the actual photo as the alignment if out)
Video focusing is poor
Currently no phone cover or accessories available to purchase (Lenovo should have bundled it together)
Internal system memory consumes up to 6.5GB
No default file manager
2 GB RAM
32 internal memory
Dual Sim (but pointless if one uses a SD Card for memory expansion as it share one of the sim location)
In a nutshell:
It can be a great phone+tablet, if Lenovo has looked at every angle of the phone. So far, more downsides than ups!
Nice phone, light for the size. 2gb is good enough for opening all you want. screen is good. speed is just ok, not fast but not slow. You really need an iring or any other grip on the back, with that the phone can be used with one hand when you use the zoom feature which lets you reduce the size of the usable screen to fit you hand. It is easy to use this feature just draw a C on the screen in any app.
The only thing I do not like is the dialer, the samsung dialers are much better.
What a pity No 3GB or 4GB RAM like ASUS Handsets & Tab..2GB RAM isn't good enough for 2SIM Card mobile and with Android OS
Rox33, 16 Oct 2015MR.PW you just go on making shit over here instead of giving a valuable comment. And fyki iPho... moreLOL, check out Meizu MX3 design and then look back to iPhone 6, did you just say Apple never copy others?
Pw, 15 Oct 2015If iphone can copy samsung and htc, why can't others.MR.PW you just go on making shit over here instead of giving a valuable comment. And fyki iPhone never copied ny1. Its just that it has less features and releases them very late.
I am from SVK i.e. Slovak Republic. Working as a mobile phone sales man. Or customer advisor.
Lenovo are really good phones with excellent prices. Outstanding most other brands compared to specs/price. 99% of my customers have zero problems with Lenovo. Per year only like 1-2 comes back as customer was unsatisfied. Rest are totally happy with their products.
YEss, 11 Sep 2015yor absolutly rightNo, this is for people like me who want a compact device with a big screen not primarily to use as a phone but for better web browzing, video and gaming experience on the go. For 5.5 screen you have plenty of choices
Really STUPID of Lenovo to launch this unit in hurry in the Malaysian market before really testing it out properly. One word to say about this phone, INSTABILITY..!!!
It doesn't seem to recognized the phone contact in your SIM Card even though the Sim Contact only selection menu is selected.
Secondly, it doesn't even support 16GB SD Card and prompts you an error saying your SD Card is damage and need to be formatted. So guys, backup your contents before plugging in your SD's to test... your content might go corrupted.
Thirdly. even though it is FullHD, but for HD 1080 60fps, it is not supported. Really poor of Lenovo... so much of rebranding....
Guys! I just found out that you can use the PHAB before anyone else does. Check it out -: http://www.cultofphab.com/experience-the-phab - I think this is the best opportunity to experience the new upcoming phone without buying it.
Why is lenovo beginning to copy iphone's design.... I was interested but thanks to this iphone wannabe design, i will stick to my sony xperia z ultra.
Kasmc, 06 Oct 2015am from UGANDA but am gonna buy it online , can I get it from ebay? can I access it from my co... moreFirst you need to know what 2G/&3G/&4G frequency bands are available in Uganda, your country. This can be done in two ways, check with service provider companies (people who supply sim cards for unlocked phones), and here in gsmarena.com also have a page dedicated for such information.
Secondly, confirm that the device you're trying to buy support those frequencies. Again this can be done from the site, but more importantly check with the seller you want to buy the product from, that the device support these frequencies.
Thirdly, about warranty. Check with LENOVO representative in your country on the availability to claim warranty, and where.
Last but not least, always buy from AUTHORISED RESELLER, or at least a big trusted seller, instead of falling to pretty discounts and smelly bonuses from otherwise shady unheard of trader.