While Honor 6C is already available, the Meizu brand also offers a smartphone at very tight prices.
The entry-level smartphone market is definitely booming. And this time, it is the Chinese Meizu that makes talk about him with the M5C. This cousin far from the M5 adopts a rather similar design, but is displayed especially at the very aggressive price of 129 euros.
For this price, you’ll get a 5-inch HD panel, a MediaTek MT6737 (1.3 GHz) quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of expandable storage via MicroSD.
Its polycarbonate rear panel is displayed in various shimmering colors. It contains a rear sensor of 8 Megapixels (f / 2.0) and a second of 5 Megapixels at the front for the selfies. The whole is powered by a battery of 3000 mAh and runs on Android 6.0 with the overlay Flyme 6.
Meizu has also developed an artificial intelligence, called One Mind, which will analyze the habits of the user in order to optimize the operation of the smartphone to his needs.
This pretty soft price makes it a smartphone for the youngest (not too much!) And that’s why the brand has integrated Kids Mode, for parents.
The latter will thus be able to easily set up a secure space with a choice of application that they have previously validated. They will also be able to create different profiles for each.
Available from the month of July, this small smartphone at 130 euros could find taker at the most modest scholarships.