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This article was published on May 18, 2015

Meizu’s M1 Note is the Chinese company’s first smartphone to go on sale in India

Meizu’s M1 Note is the Chinese company’s first smartphone to go on sale in India
Abhimanyu Ghoshal
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After Xiaomi and OnePlus, Meizu is the next major smartphone manufacturer from China to enter the Indian market.

It’s kicking off operations in the country with its M1 Note Android phone, that goes on sale on Amazon India this Wednesday.

Meizu M1 Note

Oddly, Meizu hasn’t revealed the M1 Note’s price yet. The 5.5-inch Android KitKat 4G dual-SIM device launched last December generally sells for about $220, which means it’ll likely see competition from the similarly-sized $170 Honor 4X and Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 4G.

The M1 Note will be available on May 20 at 2PM IST, no invite necessary.

➤ Meizu

 

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