Meizu launched the Meizu M5 around November last year in China and they added the M5 Note to the series in December. The Meizu M5s is also expected any moment from now but that isn’t the news. The latest news regarding the two Meizu smartphones is that they may soon be available in other countries outside of China.
The M5 and M5 Note were spotted recently on Postel in Indonesia which is the country’s telecoms regulator just like US FCC and China’s TENAA. The listing on the Indonesian regulatory agency’s website showed the device has been certified and that seems to have been done yesterday. However, there is no other information as to when the devices will be launched in Indonesia or any other country and the price the device will carry. Suffice it to say that the M5 Note starts at 899 yuan ($130), while the M5 starts at 699 yuan (around $100) in China and those prices may not hold water, considering the costs of shipping, tax, and other stuff will have to be included in the mix.
It is worthy of note that the international version of the Meizu M5 will launch running on Android-based FlymeOS as against the YunOS which the Chinese edition featured.