Meizu has already introduced the very first member of its new M1 Note device, not too long ago, and there has been whispers of a new M1 Mini going around, and we do not know whether this can be known as the Blue Charm Mini or not. While there are plenty of whispers going around that the Meizu M1 Mini were to be introduced on January 28 later this month in a special event. Additional alleged details on the upcoming smartphone have leaked out, where it claims to come with a 5” touchscreen display instead of a 4.7” screen.
The pixel count would remain the same – at 720p, of course. At the back, there will be a 13MP camera with an accompanying LED flash. As for the asking price of the Meizu M1 Mini, it will probably be strategically positioned in order to come up against Xiaomi’s best selling Redmi line. Word has it that the Meizu M1 Mini will be sold for a mere CNY 799, and if you were to convert it at the prevailing exchange rates, it will be somewhere in the realm of $128.
Chances are there is a trio of versions for this particular handset, where one of them will run on Flyme OS, which is Meizu’s very own interpretation of Android, while another will make use of YunOS, which was developed in part by Alibaba, as well as the final variant will run on the Ubuntu platform.