When you speak of Chinese smartphone OEMs, Meizu might only be at the third or fourth of the list. But that isn’t stopping it it from trying to break into the market with memorable devices. The Meizu m2 note still pretty much looks like a large iPhone 5c, now with a tinge of iPhone 6, and differs very little from the m1 note announcedjust 6 months ago. It does, however, have a few tricks up its sleeves, or under the cover in this case, that could at least make the smartphone a tad more interesting.
The first is what Meizu calls the mBack home button. Previous teasers of this “home button revolution” inspired talk of a fingerprint sensor, which didn’t come to pass. Instead, you have touch-sensitive button that behaves differently depending on how hard you press it. With a soft touch, it acts like a back button.
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