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Meizu M8 Promotional Video

Posted in Meizu by Conner Flynn on January 17th, 2010

The Meizu M8 is a very promising iPhone competitor and the latest promotional video of the phone has it looking very good indeed. The company has released a promo showing off the UI for its M8 phone. In the video, the phone seems to use features from several phones/platforms, including the iPhone, Palm, Android, and Windows Mobile.

It looks great, but what it really comes down to is whether or not you would want this over an iPhone or the Motorola Droid? What say you?

Meizu M7 touch screen miniPlayer

Posted in Media Players,Meizu,MP3,music by Matt on September 20th, 2007

Miezu M7 miniplayer
Illustrated right is a render of the Meizu M7 touch screen miniPlayer geared to compete directly with iPod Touch. The media player is targeted for a March 2008 release with a price tag that could draw business away from Apple for all but the most die-hard iPod users. The tentatively named M7 will sport a 2.8 inch touch screen with a 16:9 480×228 resolution and supports H.264 playback. At $100, $110 and $150 for 2GB, 4GB and 8GB models respectively, the M7 is likely to be a very popular iPod clone.

While a cheaper alternative to the Apple iPod MP3 player, its lower price likely indicates this Chinese manufactured Miezu clone will lack the quality and attention to detail that the Apple players have become known for. The design concept has only recently and hurriedly been announced so stay tuned for any updates.

Meizu M6 SE Mini Media Player

Posted in Media Players,Meizu by Darrin Olson on June 9th, 2007

Meizu M6 SE portable media playerShould your requirements in a media player include thin and stylish, competitive specs, large capacity, a decent price and not an iPod then you may have found your perfect solution. Meizu’s M6 SE is only 7mm thick (only half a mm more than the iPod nano), has an impressive 8GB Flash capacity and runs for only $130.

It sports a nice 2.41″ QVGA display screen and supports playback of MP3, WAV, OGG audio and MPEG4, MPEG2, WMV9, H.263/264, and RM(VB) and video. You can also use a TV out jack to push those movies to your television at a 720 x 480 resolution. The battery will support up to 30 hours of music playback or 5 hours of video. The Meizu M6 SE also has a built-in FM tuner.

Unfortunately we’re going to have to wait a little while for this one since they …