If you're a fan of Meizu's audio gear then you'll be stoked at this, the skinny Meizu M6se. At just 7-mm (0.28-inches) thin, it extracts the bulk from the original M6 while remaining true (for good or for bad) to the original design and control. In case you're keeping track (and we know you are) the new M6 packs an extra 0.5-mm (0.02-inches) of negligible chub compared to its famously slim iPod nano competitor. Yet it packs a relatively massive 2.4-inch QVGA display and FM tuner. You can still expect support for all the MP3, WAV, OGG audio and AVI video you can stuff into its 8GB of flash for an incredibly cheap $130. Right, that's about half the cost of the 8GB nano assuming the price remains the same when these hit domestic markets. So if you buy on price and specs vs. emotional appeal and a friendly ecosystem, well, you'll want to keep an eye on that August ship date.

[Via Meizu Me]

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