As for the design and key features, we have no doubt it is capable of fighting against any device. The Meizu M5 Note sports a 5.5-inch Full HD display supporting various modes such as sun screen, dark screen, eye mode, and so on, MediaTek P10 octa-core processor paired with a 3 / 4GB RAM, 16 / 32 / 64GB internal memory expandable up to 128GB via a SD card slot, a built-in 4000mAh battery (18W and fast charge technology), 5MP front camera, 13MP rear camera (0.2 sec PDAF phase focusing, ArcSoft algorithm), a front fingerprint scanner with 0.2s unlocking speed, mBack, and Alipay. Plus, the Meizu M5 Note runs on Flyme 6 and thanks to AI acceleration the CPU and memory use efficiency increased by 20%.
The Meizu M5 Note comes with a 2.5D glass, all-metal CNC housing with nano-injection, diamond trimming, and anodizing also known as three-stage process. The phone comes in three color options – black (grey), blue, and gold.
As for pricing, though the Meizu M5 Note is known as a thousand-yuan king, there are three memory combinations at different price tags:
3GB +16GB 899 yuan ($129)
3GB +32GB 999 yuan ($145)
4GB +64GB 1499 yuan ($215.5)
As you see, this handset is great in all aspects, and you don’t have to pay a fortune to get your hands on it. But does the Meizu M5 Note comes with a good build quality, we’ll explore as the following – check out the Meizu M5 Note tear down photos.