Meizu has officially announced a permanent price cut on all the variants of the M6 Note in China. The price reduction takes off 300 Yuan from the original prices of the various storage variants in which the M6 Note is available. Also, the reduction is expected to take effect on all platforms, both online and offline. The price cut is already in effect on Jingdong (JD.com).
The Meizu Note 6 was first announced in August this year and came out as a unique smartphone. The phone signalled the return of Meizu to Qualcomm chips as it features a Snapdragon 625 chip. We never saw the Qualcomm chip coming and it was indeed a fitting surprise. That wasn’t the only surprise package on the smartphone. The M6 Note also features a dual camera setup at the rear consisting of 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. Meizu also included the Quad-LED flash first used on the Meizu E2. The rear camera also comes with Dual Phase Detection, Full pixel Dual-core focus, up to 0.03s fast. On the other hand, there is a 16MP selfie shooter at the front. The device was also available in 3GB + 16GB variant, 3GB + 32GB version and 4GB + 64GB version. Meizu later added a 4GB + 32GB version.
As at the time when it was launched, the Meizu Note 6 price in China were as follows; 3GB + 16GB variant -1099 Yuan (~$165), 3GB + 32GB version – 1299 Yuan (~$195), 4GB + 32GB version -1499 Yuan and the 4GB + 64 GB version had an initial price tag of 1699 Yuan (~$255). However, with the new price regime, the 3GB + 16GB version is now priced at 899 yuan, 3GB +32 GB version at 999 yuan, 4GB +32 GB version at 1299 yuan, while the 4GB+64 GB version has a price tag of 1499 yuan.