KW, 20 Feb 2018Hong Kong rom support b20
4G FDD-LTE: B1/3/5/7/8/20
4G TD-LTE: B38/40
3G WCDMA: B1/2/5/8HKABB rom is the global rom it support b20
Global rom download link
Seems that there is a LATAM version:
Exclusive for Bitel - Peru and it has the following LTE bands:
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2018Dont think so, I believe bands are hardare specific and can't be changed via software.That depends on the ROM
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2018Dont think so, I believe bands are hardare specific and can't be changed via software.Hong Kong rom support b20
4G FDD-LTE: B1/3/5/7/8/20
4G TD-LTE: B38/40
3G WCDMA: B1/2/5/8
BadMF, 10 Feb 2018Does China version support B20 (LTE 800 mhz) when ROM is changed to Global?Dont think so, I believe bands are hardare specific and can't be changed via software.
soranerr0r, 07 Feb 2018Of courseDoes China version support B20 (LTE 800 mhz) when ROM is changed to Global?
Cheap and very good.Dual camera with great front camera, good processor (nothing special), good build qualit..Thumps up.
Purchased one from China which took almost 5 weeks to arrive! Shipped...well, by ship I guess lol! Anyway on the first evening of ownership I dropped it in the toilet! It was submerged for the usual "what was that...fuck my phone...quick grab it out immediately moment" about 6 seconds i'd estimate! Anyway a week in rice later and the screen had almost 100% recovered and the only damage left over from the incident is a small 1mm x 1mm blob where the screen is slightly brighter than the rest of it.
So what have we learned?
The Meizu M6 Note is highly fluid damage resistant but it is far from water proof or resistant. It absolutely isn't so don't be an idiot like me, I was utterly wounded!
The next day, I was riding my road bike and something fell from my coat pocket, yep my M6 Note! I ran over it before I even understood what I was running over! Guess what? The Meizu M6 Note is VERY damage resistant! Not a single dent in its aluminium uni-body, not a scratch! OK, It is protected with a thin TPU case an a crappy glass screen protector that isn't made specifically for this device, so doesn't cover the whole screen, but a bike running it over with the screen face down on the street, all with my 160lbs of weight on top of it, you'd think it would have sustained some damage. The only mark left from its second disaster since arriving in the UK is a tiny scratch to the right of the M Touch button where the crappy glass screen protector does not cover, and where it must have impacted a small stone on the road. It is UNBELIEVABLE that the screen didn't completely shatter! Since then I have managed to keep the phone safe and well, with no more accidents! So to sum up, Its a very good cheap device at the £150 price point. The build quality is amazing, with the entire device being beautifully CNC'd from a lump of aluminium and finished off with a perfect coat of tough and attractive anodizing. Of particular design excellence is the way Meizu have blended the antenna bands, its possibly the best incorporation i have seen on any phone with them simply blending into the device. Meizu have also used the same aluminium on the top and bottom ends of the phone as the body is constructed from, so unlike a lot of devices, some more expensive than the Note 6, where the top and bottom ends are made from a badly fitting plastic that makes the whole device appear like a cheap piece of shite, Meizu's M6 stands out for its absolutely excellent high end build quality. Xiaomi, UMI and others take note!
Performance, is basically excellent with the device being more than fast enough for the vast majority of people. The battery is amazing and could last almost 2 days with the screen brightness being kept lowish. I havent a single issue with its performance.
The screen is really good, just a typical 5.5" 1080P job.
The cameras are the only area where I think it could improve. They are far from bad however, you can take really good pictures but more often than not, I get blurred images and have to stand statue still to guarantee a perfect shot. Not a deal breaker, but disappointing given the rest of the phone is stunning.
The sound system is fookin excellent, very loud and loads of low frequency that you can actually hear. This device has the best single speaker ive heard on a smartphone.
Conclusion; For a lot less than £200 in the UK, this phone is a bargain. A say, Samsung of the same, even twice the price would be garbage in comparison i am sure!
Anonymous, 15 Jan 2018Does it have a USB C or micro usb?The Meizu m6 note has Micro usb. Runs on 4G network in Canada.
I'd purchased mine from aliexpress. Sellers have them in stocked. There are China Versions (Q) or Global Versions (H).
These phones are quite hard to find, Gearbest had stock but sold out and according to them they are very popular and sell out quickly. Ordered min from Tinydeal and two days later they were also out of stock.
These are really great phones and once I figured out flymeos I actually prefer it over stock android, got so many features.
sunny, 21 Jan 2018does anyone know if i can order it from Canada? like anyway i can get one in Canada? You can order them from amazon.com but they ship from china.
I just imported mine direct from china as it was way cheaper even with dhl shipping.
sunny, 21 Jan 2018does anyone know if i can order it from Canada? like anyway i can get one in Canada? probably only through ebay.
does anyone know if i can order it from Canada? like anyway i can get one in Canada?