The FCC listing of what could be the Meizu M6 Note sparked rumors that Meizu was aiming to enter the US market soon. However, Meizu’s Head of Global Marketing, Ard Boudeling, clarified to Androidauthority that Meizu had no plans to enter the US market with smartphones, at least not right now. He did add that the FCC certification of the phone was required for its entry into other American markets, which is a good indication that the company is all set to enter other markets nearby.
The M6 Note is one of the best budget dual camera mid-rangers in China right now and its entry into newer markets in America could give the boost it deserves. In fact, Meizu has confirmed the launch of the M6 Note in one more market — India, soon. The phone checks almost all the features that you would expect in a budget smartphone, including a 5.5-inch 1080p display, 4000mAh battery, Snapdragon 625 chip, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.
In China, the phone starts at around $165 for the 3+16GB variant and goes up to $255 for the 4+64GB version. Expect the prices to be slightly higher than these figures when it’s launched in other markets.