When it comes to the smartphones, there are a few things we put into consideration before buying. Besides the facts like design, build quality, user interface, the price is very important. The lower it is, the more attractive it is to the buyer. However, sometimes the consumer may have a question in mind, if there are any hiccups or some issues with the device if it is sold at the very low price.
As we have just covered the announcement of the new Blue Charm Meizu M1 Note, which is a new budget devices line by the Meizu. It has some serious bunch of specs, which include 5.5 inches screen, octa-core processor, 13mp and 5mp cameras, 2 GB of Ram, 3,140 mAh battery, 4G LTE and some other great stuff and it is sold for an extremely low price, which is $160.
However, no matter how excited you are, it may have some screen issues as the photos below suggest:
It turns out that this particular unit has some screen issues, which definitely affect the whole user experience. We are not sure neither about the number of the devices affected by this issue nor the reason behind it.
Does it show that Meizu decided to use some cheap screen panels for this model? Or maybe it decided to use cheap panels or even other parts for the whole Blue Charm portfolio to make the price as competitive as possible? Let us know what do you think in the social poll or comment section below.