Just on schedule, today Meizu has announced midrange M5c. The handset has a polycarbonate unibody coming in five different colors - black, gold, red, blue and pink. It's a light package weighing just 135g and is relatively thin at 8.3mm.
The Meizu M5c comes with a 5.0" 720p display, and is powered by a quad-core 1.3GHz processor and 2GB of RAM. Imaging is covered by a 5MP front-facing camera that supports ArcSoft beautification algorithm and an 8MP f/2.0 main snapper on the back.
There's 16GB of on board storage but you can expand it through the microSD card slot that doubles as a second SIM slot.
The M5c is Meizu's first international smartphone to come with Flyme 6 OS out of the box. It features One Mind AI tech that allocates memory to apps for better performance.
Meizu hasn't said how much the M5c will cost, but we know it will be under $275. The smartphone should launch in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Cambodia, Mainland China, France, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Italy, Myanmar, New Zealand, Russia, Spain and Ukraine.
Haha funny joke. Flyme ui is much better than shit miui. As the shitty xiaomi has a edge in low cost phone, many of them are using it. That's the difference between xiaomi and meizu.
So why does MIUI have more users and wider range of supported device!? Making a ui is cool but creating a good ui with good futurr support is what makes MIUI better than the flyme ui
Bro are you insane, see the latest news there are releasing the global flyme stable rom on July. As far as design and ui. Don't compare meizu with shitty xiaomi device.