Meizu has just launched a new smartphone offering in China dubbed Meizu E2. There is no word on the international availability yet, so we can treat this as a China exclusive for the time being. By the looks of it, the Meizu E2 seems to be targeting the Redmi Note 4 territory in its homeland.
Meizu E2 Specifications
The all new offering from Meizu comes with a 5.5-Inch Full HD display with curved glass sheet on top. It will be powered by MediaTek Helio P20 with octa-core CPU clocked at 2.3 GHz and 3 Gigs of RAM. The storage remains at 32 GB like earlier Meizu offerings. However, there will be one more variant this time with 4 Gigs of RAM and 64 GB storage. Needless to say, both will feature micro-SD support in the hybrid slot.
Meizu has gone a step ahead in distinguishing its camera department from others by putting a 4-LED dual-tone flash. There is a 13 MP shooter on the back alongside the antenna lines. On the front, you will get an 8 MP lens with f/2.0 aperture and 1.4 µm pixel size. A 3,400 mAh battery with mCharge 3.0 will be running the show on E2. As for the OS, the smartphone will boot Flyme OS 6 out of the box.
Meizu E2 Price
The Meizu E2 will carry a price tag of CNY1,299 (about $188) for the 3GB RAM version and CNY1,599 (approx. $230) for the 4 GB RAM variant. It is available on pre-order starting today, with shipping commencing on April 29, the date when pre-orders end. The smartphone will be available in three color variants of Silver, Black, and Rose Gold.
Overall, it looks a decent mid-ranger and should give a decent fight to Redmi Note 4 and likes in China. Do let us know what you think of the latest Meizu smartphone and its pricing in the comments section below.