Anonymous, 23 Jan 20155.0in with 720p, no like. It is like 2013 specI'm sorry, but what do you expect from a "mini" device? It's on par with most introductory mini devices. HTC, Samsung, and LG are the only ones that do high-end mini's. These phones that meizu are releasing are to prove a smartphone can saturate a market without being ludicrously expensive.
Furthermore, they are bringing an Ubuntu phone to market; it needs to be accessible to the general public, if there is going to be widespread adoption of the OS on smartphones.
Bq is pretty much doing the same thing over in Spain.
AnonD-304733, 24 Jan 2015Mini with a 5 inch! What a joke!!mini means smaller than original, as simple as that
Anonymous, 23 Jan 20155.0in with 720p, no like. It is like 2013 specThe device wil be much cheaper than the m1 note which costs $160.. I'd guess $120 or so.. What were you expecting at that price?
Yes 720p, but MT6752 soc, 2GB Ram and 13MP, 5MP camera for 130$ is a best buy for 2014.
This is really good. Unfortunately Meizu just can't break through in terms of selling these devices outside Asia. Hopefully in the near future they can push these phones out to the rest of the world.