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More Than 200,000 Meizu M6 Note Units Sold In First Sale, Stocks Low

by Jed John 5

Meizu released its sleek mid-range smartphone the M6 Note on August 23 and the device went on sale on September 1 both via offline and online channels. The company has just announced the sales performance of the M6 Note during its first sales. Meizu disclosed that it sold over 200,000 M6 Note units both offline and online before running out of stock. That means the figures would have been more than that if there were enough stock available. Meizu also disclosed that they are trying to restock for another round of sales.


The Meizu M6 Note happens to be the first device that would be released under the repackaged blue Charm division. It comes as a mid-range flagship with a spectacular design and powerful hardware lineup which obviously would enable it to perform well in the market. As a reminder, the M6 Note sports a 5.5-inch 1080p LCD display and is powered by an energy saving Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor clocked at 2.0GHz. The processor also brings on Cat. 7 full Netcom support and an enhanced dual ISP image processing speed. The device is available in 3GB RAM + 16GB, 3GB + 32GB and 4GB + 64GB memory variants.meizu m6 note

Related: Meizu M6 Note Launched: Snapdragon 625, Dual Cameras, Large Battery & More

In addition, the MeizuM6 Note features a dual camera setup at the rear camera which is a 12 MP Sony IMX362 sensor with f1.9 aperture, 1.4um individual pixel size, and 6P lens, teaming up with a Samsung 2L7 secondary sensor. The M6 Note also packs a 16MP front camera for stunning selfies. Other specs include a 4,000mAH battery, mCharge with 18W Fast charge, dual SIM slots, 4G LTE and runs Flyme 6 with Meizu’s One Mind AI based on Android 7.1.2 Nougat.


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  • G’n’T

    Looking forward to hopefully seeing some reviews of this phone soon..

  • balcobomber25

    If only it had global LTE.

    • Lucien

      Hi Balco, here are the frequencies supported by the M6 Note => 4G FDD-LTE: B1/3/5/7/8/20. I gathered these details from Meizu website. I hope that’s true because I want to order the M6 Note but the supply is very low at the moment.

      What do you think about the Xiaomi MI A1? The A1 supports the following 4G LTE frequencies according to some websites => B5: 850/B8: 900/B4: 1700/B3: 1800/B1: 2100/B7: 2600/B20: 800.

      So both devices (M6 & A1) has band 20 which is used in my country. I am deeply interested by the M6 Note because of its Sony camera and 4000mah battery. I really hope that the M6 Note has a Sony camera sensor. Xiaomi used different sensors in the RN4.

      I am wondering if it will be possible to install MIUI on the A1?

      • balcobomber25

        From what I have seen for the A1 it is just 1, 3 and 5 LTE, I would wait and see what the official bands are, although they might be country specific because this is launching in 30 of them.

        If it was me buying it, I would buy the M6 Note for the bigger battery. But it should be possible to install MIUI on the A1, it is just the Mi5x afterall. I am sure XDA or the MIUI forums will have it all figured out soon enough.

        • Lucien

          I agree with you regarding the M6 Note. It is a shame that the phone is not available for sale on many resellers websites. I need a new phone desperately and it is difficult for me to be patient. One of my friend has the MI6 which is a fantastic device even if it doesn’t support B20. I am really tempted to buy the MI6 but it is a bit expensive for a device coming from China (I am based in Europe). If it was sold around 320€ I would buy it instantly.

          The 4G LTE frequencies supported by the A1 are confirmed on many resellers websites. I will wait for a few reviews to see if Android One is doing a great job especially in the camera department. I guess that on Xda they will find a way to install MIUI over the A1 easily. That being said, s7yler used the MI 5X for 3 weeks before publishing an unbiaised review. s7yler thinks that the MI 5X is a very good phone at a fair price which brings pretty decent cameras for the price asked.