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Meizu MX6 Price Leaked, Said to Come With Smart Cover

by Joe 13

Meizu will officially announce the MX6 flagship next week, on July 19. The company has been teasing the upcoming handset, but we have got to know much more about the phone via recent leaks. Now, the latest information leaked online reveals the pricing of the Meizu MX6 and it’s much higher than its predecessor, the MX5.

meizu mx6 price doc

The leaked document reveals that the Meizu MX6 will be priced at 2299 Yuan ($344) with a Smart Cover. It looks like the company is planning to sell this cover alongside the phone during launch. As for this pricing, it much higher than its predecessor, which retails for 1799 Yuan ($270). But this news is not a surprise considering, Meizu’s co-founder had already said that due to similar processes used in the MX6 as the Pro 6, the pricing was going to touch the 2000 Yuan mark this year.

The smart cover will be something interesting as it reportedly comes with different colored LED lights to inform you of the notifications. We also have seen a couple of renders of this smart cover, and you can read all about it from here.

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An increase in price may not be good news for Meizu fans, but the co-founder had previously revealed that the Mx6 flagship is the best MX device till date. So, we can expect pretty top-notch specs and a solid design on the upcoming handset. From the information leaked earlier, we know that the phone should come with the Helio X20, 4GB RAM, 12MP rear camera, 5MP front shooter and 3000mAh+ battery.

 

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  • Karly Johnston

    $344… NOT!

    • balcobomber25

      You are right it’s not, it’s actually $343.89.

      • Karly Johnston

        As in no one will buy it.

        • balcobomber25

          That’s debatable. Meizu has a strong following in China.

          • Nam Dang

            People got greedy nowadays.
            360 released a Helio X20 phone for 120$? Oh, bigger companys like Xiaomi, Oppo, Meizu, etc. should do the same, get cheaper blabla.
            Can’t believe people are thinking like that. One small player releasing one cheap ass phone and so everyone should drop their price?
            Get ready for bad support and OS.
            Oh and btw: why not dropping your own salary? There’s someone working for way less money, so better reduce your money then. 😉

          • Muhammad Yasir

            altho i agree with your last 2 sentences…

            I REALLY HOPE 360 HIT IT BIG ! I REALLY ADORE THEM !
            i sincerely hope they prove you ENTIRELY WRONG by providing TERRIFIC OS and Language support !

          • Nam Dang

            Haha gimme LTE band 20, fingerprint scanner and German language in combination with good customer/software support and I’m half in.
            I wish the best for 360, so far the phones still aren’t available.

          • Karly Johnston

            You know what you can get in China for $344? Meizu doesn’t have enough brand loyalty to overcome a $130 overprice. If they don’t get their pricing in order they will be going the way of Blackberry and HTC.

          • balcobomber25

            Meizu has a huge fan loyalty just like many other brands. Vivo customers will pay upwards of $500 for phones with mid range specs that you can get from other brands for $150-200. Everytime a Vivo phone is released people say “overpriced, no one will buy it” and it sells millions. Meizu is no different. People said the same about the Pro 6, it sold over 4 million on the first day.

          • Muhammad Yasir

            “Everytime a Vivo phone is released people say “overpriced, no one will buy it” and it sells millions.”

            by people , @balcobomber25:disqus means Me 😀

          • Karly Johnston

            I see how many pre-registrations Vivo gets, it is only a fraction of what the competitively priced phones get.

          • balcobomber25

            For the first quarter of 2016, Vivo was the 5th best selling brand in the world. Vivo has a loyal brand following. “Competitively priced phones” is one of the most subjective terms I have ever seen used. Prices differ for each and every consumer. Someone who is shopping for a Vivo phone is going to look at other phones in the $500+ market, they aren’t going to be shopping for a $99 Bluboo. It’s all relative to the consumer.

  • Muhammad Yasir

    stupid phone stupid price…
    this is a death wish from Meizu.

    im only sad that Xiaomi will have one less competitor and this will allow them to become MAJOR JACKHOLES by pricing their products higher due to no more competition from MORON meizu !