Meizu’s first-ever affordable smartphone makes a debut on Jan 13 

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Yukesh Prabhu
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Chinese-based consumer electronic company, Meizu isn’t as popular as the firm show apathy to the international markets. Meanwhile, the company catches the home market with extraordinary flagship products. It also uses the USP of its competitors by providing the finest products with amazing specifications. Even some Meizu products carry distinctive features that make them project from their rivalries.

On January 6, today, the company announced that it would hold its first product launch conference later this week. The event is scheduled to be held on January 12; ardent fans of Meizu and tech enthusiasts can watch the live stream of the forum on the official social media pages of the company and other platforms like YouTube, Weibo.

Affordable phones from leading companies are the finest conceptualization to energize the firm’s future launches. Even some firms are trying to take over the business with affordable phones to outstretch the plans over the globe. Recently, Nokia released four cheap phones to kickstart the year.

As per the official announcement from the company, Meizu will likely introduce numerous products of its sub-brands, including Lipro, Pandaer, and mBlu. Meizu officially announced that the new mBlu smartphones would focus more on the price segments. The company explained that most people are waiting for the release of flagships, but a third of genuine buyers buy smartphones at a price of about $ 235 (Rs.17,498) or even less.

The new device will be tagged mBlu 10. The smartphone has already been popped up in the TENNA database. The phone comes with a screen resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels with 6.517 inches and a fingerprint sensor mounted on the side of the phone like many affordable phones. The device has a built-in 5500mAh battery that supports 10-watt charging might be less than its generation models. Still, a cheap phone can’t do much than this as the price value is concerned. The Meizu Blue 10 is 9.3mm thick and weighs 201g. 

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