Meizu, one of the numerous Chinese companies that manufacture smartphones for worldwide distribution, has come a long way from producing just Mp3 players, to being one of the top 10 Smartphone distributors in the world. The company gained wide reputation after the release of its first flagship Meizu Pro 5 in 2015. Since then, the company has kept on releasing a steady flow of stylish devices with quality specs for the high and low in the society. Here is a list of all Meizu phones since 2015.
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Meizu M2 Note
The Meizu M2 Note is the Second smartphone on the Meizu Note Series and a successor to the Meizu M1 Note which was released only last year. The Meizu M2 Note ticks all the necessary boxes of a premium Smartphone ,yet does not require you to empty your bank account to get hold of one. That was the description given to this device by Mr. Ebima and all I have to say is, there can’t be a better description!
The Meizu MX5 was the 2015 flagship of the company, and the phone helped the Chinese company gain international recognition as a force to be reckoned with in the smartphone business.
The Meizu M2 is an upgrade of the Meizu M1 which was released early 2015, and is a more compact version of the Meizu M2 Note.
Meizu Pro 5
The Meizu Pro 5 was the first in the Meizu Pro series of smartphones, which come with Pro services and accessories. The Meizu Pro 5 is said to be the most advanced and expensive Meizu smartphone in 2015.
Meizu Blue Charm Metal
As the name suggests, the Meizu Blue Charm Metal is designed with metal and it’s actually Meizu’s first affordable metal smartphone and also the first to run Alibaba’s Yun Operating System.
Meizu Pro 5 Ubuntu Edition
This Meizu Pro 5 Ubuntu Edition was announced ahead of the 2016 MWC event and is Meizu’s first smartphone to run the Ubuntu operating system.
Meizu Pro 6
After the success of the Pro 5, Meizu started preparing to release its 2016 flagship, the Meizu Pro 6. Various specifications and photos of the device were leaked, and for those who experienced the Pro 5, waiting for the release of the Pro 6 wasn’t easy. Then in April, the device was dropped like a bombshell, and that’s truly what the specifications of the device are…they could blow you away.
Meizu M3 Note
The Meizu M3 Note is a smartphone that offers some premium specifications at a price point too good to be true. The design of the M3 Note is similar to the MX5, and the device succeeds 2015’s Meizu M2 Note.
Apparently not contented with the Meizu Mx5 (a look-alike of the Iphone 6s), Chinese smartphone maker Meizu announced the Meizu MX5e – a variant of the Meizu Mx5 which obviously is named after the iPhone SE. The Meizu Mx5e shares same design with the Flagship Meizu Mx5, but with a watered down internals which obviously accounts for its lower price tag.
Meizu Blue Charm Metal 2
Meizu gave us a surprise at the beginning of this month with the release of the Meizu Blue Charm Metal 2, a successor of the Meizu Blue Charm Metal which was released sometime last year. The device comes with notable specs and runs on Meizu’s Flyme OS built on Android 5.1 Lollipop.
The M3s was released as a successor to 2015’s M3, but had to be built with an all-metal body instead of the M3’s poly-carbonate body material, in order to meet modern standards.
Those are all the Meizu Phones since 2015, when they started gaining global reputations. If you didn’t find your favorite device up there and you’d like us to include it, simply comment below. We’ll be updating this list every month as more Meizu phones are released this year, and we’ll be releasing lists of other smartphone brands released in 2016 very soon.
Which of these Meizu Phones do you like the most? Which one do you hate the most? Or which one are you neutral about? Tell us in the comments box below. Let the conversation begin!