I actually like my Meizu M3S because of its compact size. If i break it tomorrow, i would NOT consider M5 - it would be less comfy to use one-handed. Only 3mm wider - but that's the straw that brakes the camel's back.
Meizu's M-touch button is great - i will miss it.
overall....pretty satisfied with the new format review. Although, I much prefer the old one as it gives me satisfaction reading longer sentences 😁
hi can someone please tell me why my snapchat isnt letting me sign on. I have a meizu m5 and snapchat keep saying （oh no your login temporarily failed so please try later） i search on google to find how to fix it and it say that only rooted sevices does does that. I downloaded the root checker and it says that my device is not properly rooted. Please help me, wath should i do
Anonymous, 28 Nov 2016But u cannot root it though...With fllyme os you can root your phone by checking a box in settings. That's all, your phone reboot and it is rooted
AnonD-98584, 31 Oct 2016It runs Yun OS, a linux ditribution that is based on android, so it doesnt really matter muchBut u cannot root it though...
Hammy044, 31 Oct 2016I've used a Meizu M2 for quite sometime. The mback button what Meizu uses is something which w... moreYou are completely speaking out of your ass. The ,mback button works flawlessly. You got a defective unit
xtodaz, 04 Nov 2016And why do you need latest android version? You won't notice any difference between 4 and 6 w... moreAndroid update is not about UI
it's about all new permissions that it gives you
All new features like this new pro or manual mode in camera that is awesome which was added in Android 6
These features you can't get with custom UI or root
And always there is performance optimization and security updates
Just because you don't know about something don't deny it.
And no matter how much they mess with UI they can't change Android functionality
[deleted post]And why do you need latest android version? You won't notice any difference between 4 and 6 with custom UI like they have.
meizu, i does`t buy your phone only because it not has a radio.
It runs Yun OS, a linux ditribution that is based on android, so it doesnt really matter much
I've used a Meizu M2 for quite sometime. The mback button what Meizu uses is something which will make you suffer every single time you use the phone. It works like once in 10 times. Flyme updates are pathetic. Meizu should incorporate an option for having virtual buttons as well in their flyme OS. The M5 looks like a more degrade than a upgrade in terms of specs? No fingerprint? Hmmm.