While the Meizu m1 Note did end up being a very real device at the end of last year, there was also the Meizu m1 mini, which does happen to be a smaller version of its larger sized (obviously!) sibling. This Meizu m1 mini has turned out to be a rather affordable smartphone by itself – we are looking at a price tag of just $110 a pop – and it does deliver a fair amount of bang for your hard earned buck, especially with a 5″ display, a MT6732 chip with quad-core Cortex-A53 processor and Mali-T760MP2 GPU, 1GB RAM and a 13MP camera at the back – but it is starting to look as though there is more than meets the eye.
In fact, there is a Meizu m1 model that is known as the M645A which has already been spotted over at the Chinese certification authority. This model – a variant of the existing one, perhaps, will supposedly tout a higher resolution 1080p display, not to mention having double the amount of RAM at 2GB. There is also the possibility of it not running on Meizu’s very own Flyme OS, since there have been whispers going around concerning Meizu working on handsets that will run on YunOS and Ubuntu, hence making this new M465A a prime candidate.