In the space of one week, Meizu will be holding two press conferences and would in the long run release up to three or more devices. The Chinese tech giant took the wraps off the Meizu X and Pro 6 Plus earlier this week, while the M5 Note is expected next week perhaps along with the rumored Meizu H1 smartband.
The Meizu M5 Note is rumored to come in two versions, M5 Note and M5 Note Metal and their prices have been leaked as well. While the M5 Note is said to be priced around 999 Yuan, the M5 Note Metal comes in at around 1,099 Yuan.
The earlier rumored price tags may be incorrect, though, as the M5 Note has been spotted listed on popular Chinese e-commerce website Jingdong (JD.com) with a price tag of 1,099 Yuan (around $159.52). The listing also detailed that the device would go on sale on December 8. This Jingdong-listed price is also not certain as the web page also contains a clause that the release price would take precedence over this one.