Meizu is launching three phones for its 15-year anniversary. They already popped up on TENAA with most specs and plenty of images, but pricing was one of the few unknowns until now. Sources in China claim that the Meizu 15 Lite, the most affordable of all three devices, will cost as low as CNY1,499 which is the equivalent of $238/€192.
Along with the price info, live images of the 15 Lite in Black also arrived. The phone looks like the real deal with the 10-LED flash on the back and central-positioned selfie camera on the front.
According to previous reports, Meizu 15 Lite will have Snapdragon 660 chipset and 5.46” IPS LCD of Full HD resolution. There will be three different RAM options - 3 GB, 4 GB or 6 GB and the storage also should come in three sizes - 32 GB, 64 GB or 128 GB.
The trio is allegedly coming on April 22 when an event will be held in the historic city of Wuzhen, China. The company will announce the Meizu 15 Lite alongside a vanilla Meizu 15 and a mighty Meizu 15 Plus, both of which already appeared in hands-on photos earlier.
Source (in Chinese)
Oh really? How is Xiaomi's pricing there? Here in Nepal, it's sold with a markup of over 60% as compared to China.
It's good that there is no disgusting indentation in the screen without it.