The Meizu M6 Note originally launched for ¥1099 (~$166) for the 3GB + 16GB model, ¥1299 (~$196) for the 3GB + 32GB model, and ¥1699 (~$256) for the 4GB + 64GB model. Meizu also announced a 4GB + 32GB model for ¥1499 (~$226). A couple of months later, Meizu slashed their prices by ¥200 with the base model selling for ¥899 (~$136).
Right now, Jingdong is selling the 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM variant for ¥699 (~$106), making it one of the cheapest Snapdragon 625 phones in the market.
The M6 Note may not have an 18:9 display like most phones do today, but it is full HD. It also has impressive dual rear cameras, a 16MP selfie camera, and a more than sufficient 4,000mAh battery. The phone also scores points for design.
If you are on the search for a new phone, head to the JD.com and grab a unit. Do note that only the blue variant is available at this price.