Meizu 5C: First grip of the smartphone less than 150 euros, my verdict!
While the Honor 6C impresses among smartphones under 200 euros, Meizu brand also launched a very aggressive price (129 euros). I took it in my hand, and here are my impressions.
The entry-level smartphone market continues to amaze us with aggressively priced terminals. While Alcatel missed a bit with the A5 LED, Meizu has straightened the bar with a M5c that adopts a look similar to its cousin, the M5. Marketed at 129 euros, this smartphone features a 5-inch HD screen, and a quad-core MediaTek MT6737 processor that is associated with 2 GB of RAM. In my hands, the smartphone throws but I would have liked that its back shell does not keep my fingerprints. Well, I’m not going to make it difficult now.
Thanks to its rather thin design and its 8.3 mm polycarbonate shell, the Meizu M5C is pleasant to handle. Powered by a 3000 mAh battery, the latest “toy” of the Chinese brand runs on Android 6.0 with Flyme overlay 6. Meizu also bet on an eight-megapixel camera at the back and five megapixels at the front and Promises instant focus. I look forward to seeing this but it will be a few days before the release of my complete test of this smartphone that is available for purchase by ICI. In the meantime, you can discover the latest rumors about the Meizu Pro 7, the high-end smartphone whose output is fast approaching.