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Meizu M1 Note up for pre-order on Oppomart

by Joe 9

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Meizu recently announced the Meizu M1 Note, the first device in its Blue Charm lineup last week. The phone came with impressive specs with an iPhone 5C like design at a very affordable price tag. While the M1 Note went out of stock for pre-order on its officially website within hours after the the company started accepting orders, those who missed the chance can now pre-order it online via Oppomart.

Although the website is named Oppomart, you can practically buy any device of Chinese make from this e-commerce website. The Meizu M1 Note was spotted listed on this website earlier today for a price tag of $249. While this is more than the actual $160 price tag of the M1 Note, we often see resellers charge a premium price for a hot product, especially when it is very hard to purchase. As a result, even at $249, if someone really wants to buy the device, the M1 Note still turns out to be a very capable phone at this price.

Once you place an order for the phone, Oppomart will start shipping your product one week from now. We expect very high demand for this new Meizu device, hence make sure you hurry up your order. The Meizu M1 Note is available in five different colors namely Blue, Green, White, Yellow and Pink.

Coming to the specifications, the Meizu M1 Note will sport a 5.5-inch Full HD 1080p display and will be powered by the 64-bit 1.7GHz octa-core MT6752 processor with 2GB RAM. There will be 16GB on board storage which unfortunately will not be expandable. At the back will be a 13MP camera sensor capable of recording 1080p videos and slo-mo videos at 120fps. While up front, there will be a 5MP shooter. The phone will support features such as dual band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS + Glonass navigation and 4G LTE. Finally, a 3140 mAh battery will power all these features, which is quite decent for a device of this size.

Head over to the oppomart website to pre-order the all new Meizu M1 Note.

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  • Muhammad Yasir

    bullshit pricing 🙁

    • m_shark

      I’m growing suspicious that the manufacturer’s announced price is bullshit to generate hype pre-release.

      • Muhammad Yasir

        thats gonna hurt sales…

      • Bailey

        Then buy it straight from meizu as they also sell there phones there phones that way. Meizu have no control over what a 2nd party will sell there phones for

  • krystoff

    how about in the philippines? When will it be sold there?

    • m_shark

      You can buy from the website or Aliexpress

  • jimberkas

    its a bit too expensive. but i find oppomart to be fairly high priced in general. if you are dying to get the phone, then the price isn’t too bad

  • Ivan

    Demand>supply=higher price

  • nileshkumar

    When will the phone be available to buy in Meizu Mart?