China-based Meizu today unveiled the new M1 Note, a Android-powered smartphone that will surely brighten up your day with the array of colors available. It's a device aimed for China, meaning there will be a lot of power packed inside the case but listed at an affordable price point. We're looking at a 64-bit MediaTek octa-core CPU powering the innards. It's a serious bit of kit with a colorful, somewhat misleading appearance.
As well as the CPU, clocked in at 1.6 GHz, there's a Samsung 13 megapixel shooter on the rear (with F/2.0 wide angle 5 MP front-facing camera), 5.5-inch FHD screen, 4G and 2G SIM support, 16 or 32GB of internal storage, 2GB RAM, and an impressive 3,140 mAh battery. The 16GB model will set purchasers back by 999RMB ($160), while the 32GB option goes for 1,199 RMB ($190).
Oh, and it vaguely resembles the iPhone 5c. Check out the Meizu website for more details and to pre-order a unit for yourself. The Meizu M1 Note is expected to commence sales on December 30.