Meizu M6 Note Đánh Giá

The Meizu M6 lưu ý brings a premium metal kiến thiết, dual cameras, và a long-lasting battery to the mid-range segment. This is our Meizu M6 cảnh báo Review.

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The Meizu M6 Note"s metal kiến thiết, long-lasting battery, fast fingerprint reader, & dual cameras make for a great mid-range điện thoại thông minh experience. However, it does not vày much to lớn st& out from the competition and without LTE support on U.S. carriers it isn"t worth buying in the U.S.
The Meizu M6 lưu ý may not be the most exciting điện thoại thông minh, but it’s not bad. I’ve sầu had it for the past week, giving me plenty of time khổng lồ put it through it’s paces. The M6 cảnh báo is a mid-range smartphone (at best). It’s affordable, has some very appealing features, and is made by one of the most popular & reputable Chinese OEMs. With dual cameras, a large battery, a metal thiết kế, and Meizu’s signature FlymeOS, is the M6 cảnh báo a budget phone worth buying? That’s what we alặng to find out in this Meizu M6 chú ý nhận xét.



Many aspects of the Meizu M6 chú ý are pretty run of the mill. It get’s the job done. The M6 Note doesn’t vày much wrong, nor does it bởi vì a whole lot lớn stvà out from the crowd either. The phone is well designed but it’s nothing we haven’t seen from other manufacturers before. The M6 lưu ý is solidly constructed, with an all-metal body toàn thân that gives it a very high unique feel. The metal is smooth lớn the touch, making for very little grip. The flat sides of the phone make it easier khổng lồ hold, though. Chamfered edges run along the perimeter of the front & rear, which adds extra flair khổng lồ the overall aesthetics. The corners are also nicely rounded, which makes the phone more comfortable lớn hold.

By today’s điện thoại thông minh standards the Meizu M6 cảnh báo would be considered average in form size. It’s not overly large, making it fairly easy khổng lồ use in one hvà. The side mounted power and volume keys are well placed & comfortable to lớn reach. It’s a well constructed, if unremarkable phone that exudes the premium look & feel of a flagship.



At first glance, the M6 Note’s 5.5-inch 1080p display probably won’t grab your attention. It’s surrounded by thichồng bezels, especially on the top và bottom, & has a 16:9 aspect ratio, which gives it a very outdated look for 2018. The screen itself is of good quality. At 5.5 inches it isn’t the largest display, but it still feels comfortable for browsing the web, typing, and enjoying nội dung such as movies and games.

The IPS panel of the M6 lưu ý is not as vibrant or contrasty as an OLED display, but it still has great color reproduction and excellent viewing angles. The screen also fared surprisingly well outdoors, as I could comfortably see the screen in direct sunlight when phối lớn max brightness. The 1080p resolution is a step down from the QHD panels on the market, but on a 5.5-inch display 1080p resolution is still more than enough khổng lồ produce a sharp looking panel.



The Meizu M6 Note comes with Qualcomm’s mid-range Snapdragon 625 SoC, backed by 3 or 4GB of RAM, depending on the storage option. The M6 lưu ý isn’t a benchmarking beast, but it was a solid performer. In most circumstances, such as general navigation and launching applications, the M6 chú ý is smooth and quichồng to respond. Unfortunately, the phone didn’t feel that way with every task. Apps like Snapchat felt sluggish & I noticed the occasional random freeze when playing a fairly simple tower defense game lượt thích Clash Royale. Games generally ran well, with smooth gameplay the majority of the time.The freezing issue could also be software related, as I’ve sầu never run inkhổng lồ it with other SnapLong 625 devices before.


The SnapLong 625 is not as powerful as Qualcomm’s top tier SoCs, but it is extremely battery efficient. The battery sipping properties, paired with the M6 Note’s massive 4,000mAh battery, resulted in excellent battery life during my testing. I was able to lớn consistently hit a minimum screen on time of 5.5 hours every day and I always made it comfortably inlớn the late hours of the night on a single charge. The Meizu M6 chú ý comes with battery-saving modes that reduce performance và disable features like Công nghệ Bluetooth và GPS to lớn extend battery life. It’s a handy feature to have sầu if you’re low on battery & won’t able to get khổng lồ a charger. I never felt the need lớn use it.

Like many other aspects of the M6 chú ý, the hardware features are very standard & somewhat underwhelming. Internal storage starts at 16GB và can be bumped up lớn 32 or 64GB, with the option to lớn exp& that storage further via microSD. There’s a physical clicking home button on the front that also doubles as the fingerprint sensor. The sensor is quick to lớn unlock and I never ran inkhổng lồ any issues with it reading my fingerprint. The device has a 3.5milimet tai nghe jachồng on the bottom, which many users will appreciate. There’s also a single speaker on the bottom that was louder than I expected. It sounds decent, as far as single speakers on smartphones are concerned.

One of the stranger features of the Meizu M6 lưu ý is that is uses the outdated MicroUSB port instead of USB Type-C. While MicroUSB is still a perfectly fine port, it would have sầu been nice to lớn see USB Type-C as it’s more up lớn date and the reversible nature makes it more user friendly.

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Meizu does a much better job of keeping up with the modern điện thoại thông minh in the camera department. The M6 Note comes has dual rear cameras — a 12MPhường primary shooter & a 5MP secondary sensor. In the M6 Note’s case, only the primary sensor is for taking photos while the secondary sensor is only used for capturing depth information.

The secondary sensor can be taken advantage of by enabling the dual lens blur effect from within the camera tiện ích. This allows for greater separation between the subject and the background by blurring out the background while keeping only the subject in focus, creating a bokeh effect. It’s a more dramatic effect that gives your photos that DSLR-like look. The results can be very convincing, provided there’s enough distance between the main subject of focus and the background. The amount of blur unfortunately can’t be tweaked, but you can adjust the point of focus after the fact to put emphasis on any part of the photo. The results start lớn look more artificial as you deviate from the original focus point.

The camera’s biggest weakness is it’s lachồng of dynamic range, which always seems khổng lồ be the case with midrange smartphones. In good lighting color reproduction & sharpness are more than adequate, producing an appealing image. Detail is lacking in shadowy areas or bright highlights. HDR drastically improves this while still maintaining a natural looking image, so I would recommend keeping it on at all times. The camera does not feature an HDR auto mode.

The lens is bright, with an f/1.9 aperture, but there is a huge drop off in image chất lượng in low light. Colors become washed out, details are much softer, highlights are overblown, and there is significantly more noise. The results are mediocre at best. Optical image stabilization would have sầu helped with this, if the camera had included it.

As with many Chinese smartphones, there"s a big emphasis on beauty mode which can be used lớn hide blemishes, soften your skin, enlarge your eyes, and thin out your face.

Selfies have sầu become a very important part of Chinese culture, so the front the Meizu M6 Note comes equipped with a 16-megapixel sensor for high resolution images. As with many Chinese smartphones there’s a big emphasis on the beauty mode, which can be used khổng lồ hide blemishes, soften your skin, enlarge your eyes, and thin out your face. I’ve sầu never been a người of beauty mode on any smartphone but it works well và is available in a smart and advanced mode. The smart mode lets the camera vị all of the work, only giving you control over the intensity of how much it beautifies your face. The advanced mode is more granular và let’s you tweak individual settings, such as how thin you want your face to look or the form size of your eyes, for the perfect selfie.


The Meizu M6 lưu ý runs Meizu’s custom FlymeOS software on top of Android 7.1.2 Nougat. Hopefully an update to lớn Android Oreo will come, but for now we’ll have sầu lớn wait và see. Like many other software skins from Chinese brands, FlymeOS does not have an tiện ích drawer, so all of your applications reside on your home page screens, similar to lớn iOS. There’s no built-in setting to add an phầm mềm drawer baông chồng so you’ll have lớn tải về a third tiệc nhỏ launcher if you want that functionality. Aesthetically, FlymeOS’ mặc định look has a very clean appearance, with flat minimalistic icons and a great balance of color. This can all be changed if you’re not a tín đồ of how it looks out of the box via its theme engine. The theme engine offers a great selection of themes khổng lồ customize the icons, wallpapers, và even the general UI elements, allowing you lớn tailor as much or as little of the OS as you like.

FlymeOS is a big departure from stochồng Android. The experience is easy to lớn use và offers a nice amount of software tweaks that many people should find enjoyable.
FlymeOS also has an abundance of gesture controls for navigating the OS, waking the display, & opening specific applications of your choice by drawing letters on the screen. Meizu’s Smartcảm ứng is another gesture-based feature, except it puts a virtual joystick on your display và gives you many of the same actions. There are plenty of options for interacting with the OS.

FlymeOS isn’t necessarily my cup of tea. It’s a big departure from stochồng Android. However, it’s easy to use & offers a nice amount of software tweaks many people should find enjoyable.