s4tch, 29 Apr 2018it should have b20 support and it would be a hit in europe, too. If it's price will be around same as Redmi note 5 with the SD625 then i would understand. But it seems like it's more close to 300 euro so with that much i dont ever care about it getting B20 or not. SD636 devices have Antutu v7 benchmarks close to 2 times better then 626. It's only good thing is that todays standards it seems to be compact. I would buy it if the price would be less then the Meizu M6S as it's one of my first choices right now if in few months i have not seen something better or some models come out with B20 and have a price drop.
100% phone and 0% bullshit. Price could be a bit lower & the battery could had been bigger. Make a 5.9" one like the Pro with 5Ah battery and it's a phone of the year for me.
Geric.770, 29 Apr 2018Nice! Well, I wish Meizu used a flagship chipset on their unusual product the 7 Plus.
They ju... moreWhy? Compared to the usual Mediatek SoC that they always use, Samsung ones are way better.
It's kinda rare today for Meizu to use it, unlike back then.
ZloiYuri, 29 Apr 2018Huge besels, nougat, mid-range processor for 400$. Meizu. Wow. Good luck. It's fair price 330-... moreWhy bezel?
While it has 1/2.3" camera sensor and semi-high end SoC?
Do you wanted them to add notches like others?
Do you want your screen becomes scratch-instant by just dropping it at 1 m?
Design quality isn't only talking about bezel and trends, it talks about the usability too.
I like this phone, 29 Apr 2018Please test how the interface works without on-screen buttons.
So, if the fingerprint reader ... moreYh, the fingerprint scanner (a.k.a. "mTouch") and gestures can be used for navigation :
Tap mTouch for the "back" function
Actually press mTouch for the "home" function
Slide up from the bottom bezel on either side of mTouch to access recent apps
ZloiYuri, 29 Apr 2018Huge besels, nougat, mid-range processor for 400$. Meizu. Wow. Good luck. It's fair price 330-... moreHuge bezels? The phone has a 79.8% screen-to-body ratio. Its the perfect notch-free smartphone design.
I really liked the Meizu Pro 5 a few years ago but it didn't have a global ROM so I had to sideload Google apps and install Nova Launcher to create an app drawer. Great phone. I also liked the M2 Note, I think it was called - it did have a global ROM and very good battery life. I would buy another Meizu but haven't seen one in the last couple of years, with a global ROM, that has really interested me. This one, the Meizu 15, looks pretty ordinary.
make it run androidone/ use vanilla android for outside Chinese market
Huge besels, nougat, mid-range processor for 400$. Meizu. Wow. Good luck. It's fair price 330-350$ or even less.
Please test how the interface works without on-screen buttons.
So, if the fingerprint reader can be used as the sole button for navigation.
I, personally, love 5.5in phones, therefore this is something to look forward to.
It turns out that this phone stands out from the crowd just because it, at least on paper, looks like a well balanced mid-range normal phone. The manufacturers are forcing, dare I say, strangely proportioned screens of different shapes (notches, oval, oval upper part - regular lower part, etc) and sizes, forcing me to look at this as something very interesting. They are making yesterdays tech (absolutely regular screen) look special.
Mind you, I'm just a regular user that doesn't look at all the little details and technical characteristics. In my eyes, as an average consumer, I like this. The phone just looks right and normal. Kinda upper mid-class, with good everyday specs.
I am eagerly waiting for the upcoming review.
xXENDER FREAKXx, 29 Apr 2018At least the good thing is that they moved on from using MEDIATEKYeah that Mediocre company that sells cheap SoCs for cheaper phone companies like Cherry Mobile and SKK.