Towards the end of 2016, Meizu he presented his last named phablet Meizu M5 Notes. The phone offers a body made entirely of metal, a display from 5.5 inches diagonal with resolution Full HD 1920 × 1080 pixels, 3 GB of RAM and a processor octa-core MediaTek Helio P10.
The Chinese company offers the device in different variants of internal memory, with prices starting from 899 yuan to 1.499 yuan. Just a month after its official release, the company decided to raise prices.
Meizu M5 Notes: price increase in China of the three versions of the smartphone
The official Meizu website, in fact, now reports the Meizu M5 Notes 3 / 16 GB a 999 yuan (About 138 €) instead of 899 yuan while the variant 3 / 32 GB now it costs 1.099 yuan (About 152 €) instead of 999 yuan. However, the third version of the terminal, or the one with 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage, it always costs 1.499 yuan (About 207 €).
A customer Meizu has decided to personally contact the customer care of the company to ask why there has been an increase in the selling prices of the three models of the device.
Il support center claims that the increase is due to changes in market conditions caused by the fluctuation in the value of the dollar which led to an increase in the cost of materials used for the construction of the terminal.
L'price increase it should also influence other companies and spread to other products other than smartphones.