According to an official poster released by Meizu, the newly unveiled Meizu M6 Note had scored more than 6.3 million registrations in a short time frame of less than 24 hours after it was made official. This of course, isn’t the first time for Meizu smartphones to snag such a high number if registrations ahead of their debut sales given its popularity in the Chinese market.
Needless to say, the Meizu M6 Note is a huge upgrade from its M5 Note predecessor in terms of both specs and features, and is also the first Meizu mid-ranger to come with a dual-camera setup. Likewise, the M6 Note is also the second handset from the Chinese company to feature a Snapdragon chipset after their patent dispute with Qualcomm dated back to October last year.
For those who’re interested in getting this device, it will be going on sales starting September 1st next month. The device will be arriving in three different versions with different memory configurations which include 3GB+16GB, 3GB+32GB, as well as the high-end model with 4GB+64GB. Pricing for this handset will be 1,099 Yuan ($165), 1,299 Yuan ($195) as well as 1,699 Yuan ($255) respectively. There will be 4 color options for you to choose from namely Gold, Blue, Silver and Black.