Meizu Officially Launches The M5 Note


Meizu has finally unwrapped their latest mid-ranger Meizu M5 Note in the launching event today in Beijing, China.


Although Meizu M5 Note is the successor of Meizu M3 Note, its only an incremental upgrade from before. In fact, Meizu has decided to use back the same design with some minor changes that are not significant, one of which is the 0.1 mm difference in exterior thickness.


Under the hood, M5 Note is powered by the sane MTK Helio P10 processor that was also used in it’s predecessor. As for storage, it comes with either 3GB or 4GB of RAM and 3 storage options – 16GB, 32GB or 64GB, all of which are expandable up to 128GB, while retaining its dual-SIM functionality. Besides, you’ll get a fingerprint sensor as well, which unlocks in 0.2 seconds.


The camera on the Meizu M5 Note is a Sony 13MP sensor with PDAF that focuses in just 0.2 seconds and f/2.2 aperture. Up front, you get a 5MP shooter with ArcSoft’s algorithm for better quality images.


The Meizu M5 Note starts at just 899CNY (roughly RM576) for the base 16GB storage and 999CNY(roughly RM641) for the mid 32GB storage, where both are only available with 3GB of RAM. The top of the line model with 64GB storage and 4GB RAM goes for 1499CNY (roughly RM961).