Its been always p10 or its younger brother..i guess it got decent performance..but weak graphics..
I saw with x series chipset graphics were decent too..if meizu produce devices with x 20 or 25 instead p 20 it would be great..
Muthu, 08 Mar 2017GSM team, thanks for the shorter reviews while covering most of the important points. Please k... moreA coupLe of slides about peak performance that is hardly impactful (1 test for cpu and maybe two for gpu would be enough). Absolutely no mention of the capacity to retain background apps and how many (probably the most important metric for every day performance).
Battery test does not take in account actual usage scenarios (foreground + background apps working in tandem).
So I agree, the cutting of fat was a welcome ... "addition", but it would have been much preferable to address some of their long standing issues with their methodology.
Rokka, 10 Mar 2017Please add another category under battery life which is Charging Time to show how much the pho... moreWe test every phone coming for a review how much battery it fills in 30 minutes, and it's always mentioned in the battery section. Sometimes we write this in key features as well. Even in this short format review, the 30 minutes charging test is mentioned twice.
Hope this helps.
Please add another category under battery life which is Charging Time to show how much the phone charging in 15,30,45 minutes etc....Would want that..
Anonymous, 09 Mar 2017Why are they so invested in using crappy Mediatek processors? Why are they so obsessed with ke... moreWell not everyone needs high performance phone...These kinds of phones sell not bad in Euro though...
Such a low battery rating from just a 720p screen and 3000mAh battery?!
I guess we can point fingers at the dated chipset.
Why are they so invested in using crappy Mediatek processors? Why are they so obsessed with keeping not only the price low but the performance as well? I don't see any success for these phones on other markets beside the asian ones, in which performance is not a deal breaker at all.
alexv, 09 Mar 2017Meizu must be the only brand leaving the same or even downgrading their newer models. Can't fi... moreThe only upgrade will be the OS? From knock-off Android upgrade to actual Android?
Anonymous, 09 Mar 2017they did mistake by accepting MTK's investment...now, for that relation, they can't get Qualco... moremediatek chipset is not the problem but meizu is using the old mt6753 processer which is the problem if they would have gone for the p20 then this will be a great deal
I own Meizu M2 Note, shipped with android 5.1, till today not even updated to android 6.0. Guess it will never be updated.
Never buy a Meizu phone again.
That battery duration is 1 of the most laughable lousy phone in 2017.
Meizu must be the only brand leaving the same or even downgrading their newer models. Can't find logic in that.
they did mistake by accepting MTK's investment...now, for that relation, they can't get Qualcoom's or Samsung's SoCs as they used to do....and they don't have bright future infront...but hey, in China people still don't mind using MTK based devices...they don't mind that there are no ROMs and support....it's all good enough for them as long price is low.