The Chinese market is characterized by a small number of big players, which often monopolize media attention, and from a galaxy of minor producers trying to compete with these giants. A few years have passed since both Xiaomi and Meizu were part of the second group, but today the two companies are in a position to divide up a large part of the phablet market.
Il today's launch Xiaomi Mi Note and Mi Note Pro, in fact, completes the offer of the Chinese giant in the field of large devices, so far not adequately manned. Meizu, on the other hand, competes in this same market segment with its flagship MX4 Pro, which has attracted the attention of many consumers since the December launch.
We are sure, at this point, that many of the readers interested in buying a phablet will be wondering which of the terminals mentioned is the best for their needs. To help you in your choice we have decided to collect the characteristics of these interesting devices in the following table:
Meizu MX4 Pro vs. Xiaomi Mi Note vs. Xiaomi Mi Note Pro
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Meizu MX4 Pro vs Xiaomi Mi Note vs Xiaomi Mi Note Pro: who is the winner?
Mere plate data, in reality, are not enough to establish an absolute winner. If we consider the Chinese list prices, for example, Meizu MX4 Pro probably appears to be the most balanced choice. The terminal, in fact, can count on a larger battery and a more defined rear photographic sensor than its competitors, as well as on the excellent 2K + screen. The presence of a fingerprint reader, then, is a feature that further moves the bar in favor of the Meizu home device.
When we look at international prices, however, things get complicated. Meizu, which should benefit from having arrived first on the market and from the presence of an official dealer in our territory, has unfortunately repeatedly shown large discrepancies between the Chinese and international price lists. MX4 Pro, for example, is available in presale on Meizu.it at 479 Euro, a figure well above the approximately 342 Euro officially requested in the country of the dragon.
Under these conditions, the price difference between the Meizu device and Xiaomi Mi Note Pro could become laughable for an Italian consumer. The Mi Note Pro, in this case, would probably be preferable thanks to its Snapdragon 810 64-bit processor, the greater amount of RAM and ROM and dual sim support.
The high Italian price of MX4 Pro, while including shipping and national warranty, also brings into play the standard version of Mi Note which, thanks to the aggressive price list and the dual sim, could attract many followers.
Finally, some strictly personal considerations could influence the choice of buyers. For example, many may prefer MIUI to FlyMe, or they may consider 5.7 too many to fit in their pockets.
What do you think? Which terminal would you prefer?[GizChina.com]