Meizu M1 Note 2, aka Meizu Blue Charm Note 2, is the new smartphone from the Chinese smartphone maker that will be released to replace the last year’s Meizu M1 Note. Not long ago, Meizu tweeted that it would launching a product June 2 at the China National Convention Center in Beijing.
Now, JD, an online retailer, has confirmed that Meizu M1 Note 2 will launch on that date. According to Gizmo China, JD.com announced through its Weibo account that the Meizu Blue Charm Note 2 will launch June 2.
The report from Gizmo China adds that Meizu is also slated to unveil several new accessories -- such as a power bank, fan, router and smart band. The handset running on Android 5.1 Lollipop is pegged to come with the power button placed on one of its sides. The older model has the power button placed on the top of the device.
Below the display, the Meizu Blue Charm Note 2 will feature an oval-shaped Home button. Previous rumors suggested it would house a fingerprint sensor, but the Gizmo China report said the midrange device is unlikely to feature it.
Meizu has not released any official statement on the forthcoming device or its features. Android Headlines claims that the M1 Note was announced at the end of previous year. Hence, it may be too early for Meizu to release a successor model for it, but rumors are suggesting it is likely to happen.
Also, Meizu has not announced that it will be unveiling new accessories on the said date. Gizmo China has reported that the Chinese brand will unveil only some accessories on June 2 only on the basis of the images listed by Meizu on Weibo.