I find it a worrying trend that smartphones of the same size are getting heavier. Will we be stuck with 200 gram phones in a couple of years? Both the Meizu M5 Note and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 are the latest in these OEM's mid-range 5.5 inch phones. They both weigh a quite heavy 175 grams. Their immediate predecessors, the Meizu M3 Note and the Redmi Note 3 are 163/164 grams. So, will the successors to these phones be 185 grams?? I loved the LG G3 for its compact dimensions and modest weight - 149 grams. Would like to see 5.5 inch phones keep their weight below 160 grams, like the 5.5 inch Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge at only 157 grams!
AnonD-603819, 17 Jan 2017800 lte band included??LTE band 20 is not used anywhere in Asia, so probably not
ggg, 11 Dec 2016These chinese manufacturers are flooding the market with their junk ... A new phone every hou... moreThis company will launch their flagship for a gap of 3 months. Only the xiaomi will do this work for not loosing their customers.
GSMA PLEASE make a review of this mobile PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!
Where you can find model with 4GB RAM?
I've seen only 3GB RAM models for 16 or 32GB internal memory but I can't find nowhere to order model with 4GB RAM.
Juntals, 11 Dec 2016is meizu already in Philippines?Yep. Check FB page Meizu PH and check meizu available phones in Lazada
These chinese manufacturers are flooding the market with their junk ...
A new phone every hour and always copying the same design, same screen resolution ..just a new name!
Android must not be free anymore, so they we won't see all these trash brands anymore.
Enough copies , we need someting new and innovative.
Another heavy-weight phone at 175 grams - same as Xiaomi Redmi Note 4. The Meizu m3 Note was only 163 grams and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is only 164 grams. All have roughly 4000 mAh batteries so why are the newer editions of these two phones 10 grams heavier?? Ideally, a 5.5 inch phone should be under 160 grams for comfortable holding over extended periods as in reading an e-book for example. OK, 10 grams isn't much difference but I see a worrying trend here. If newer phones are getting heavier every year, are we going to be stuck with nothing but 200+ gram phones in a year or two?
it is M3E+ with larger battery and USB Type-C and newer android. but the main feature for new generation is missing: Chipset!
If it is better than m3 note in these specs :
It is good. It it has these specs
And it is a better choice to upgrade from m3 note to m5 note. Costs 899yuan