Post Thumbnail

If you had even a sliver of faith left in Meizu that it would change its copycatting ways and turn its heart to creativity, you're probably feeling quite foolish right about now. In a recent posting made to showcase even more interface shots of the MiniOne M8, we got a glimpse at the not at all fam

7 years ago 0 Comments
October 19, 2007 at 1:14PM
Post Thumbnail

Ok Meizu, seriously, with your M7 announced a week after the iPod touch and your CEO J.Wong just posting these new interface shots of the M8 to your user forum, how can we or any straight talking rag not call you for what you are: a brazen Chinese Apple cloning machine? We understand that any full-

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Sure hope you weren't counting on getting your palms around Meizu's oh-so-familiar M8 anytime soon, as it now looks like the handset may not even be available to purchase until mid-next year. Granted, the 667MHz CPU, 128MB of RAM, GSM connectivity, 3.4-inch VGA touchscreen, video output, and built-

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Sure hope you weren't counting on getting your palms around Meizu's oh-so-familiar M8 anytime soon, as it now looks like the handset may not even be available to purchase until mid-next year. Granted, the 667MHz CPU, 128MB of RAM, GSM connectivity, 3.4-inch VGA touchscreen, video output, and built-

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Nothing really new here, just the first pictures of the latest MiniOne M8 redesign from the sides, top, bottom, and back. Sorry, we'd love to tell you when this 11.8-mm of sexy will break loose Stateside and beyond but we can't. Still, if it makes you feel any better you can always prop these pictu

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Nothing really new here, just the first pictures of the latest MiniOne M8 redesign from the sides, top, bottom, and back. Sorry, we'd love to tell you when this 11.8-mm of sexy will break loose Stateside and beyond but we can't. Still, if it makes you feel any better you can always prop these pictu

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Official word from China is that the Meizu MiniOne (AKA, M8, the original iPhone killer) is expected to go up for sale in early 2008. While the final specs and price have still not been confirmed, that hasn't stopped importers from listing the 16GB version of the 3G MiniOne for $988.50 and a claime

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Official word from China is that the Meizu MiniOne (AKA, M8, the original iPhone killer) is expected to go up for sale in early 2008. While the final specs and price have still not been confirmed, that hasn't stopped importers from listing the 16GB version of the 3G MiniOne for $988.50 and a claime

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Here you have it, what looks to be a (re-touched) photograph of a real engineering sample of the Meizu MiniOne (M8). The picture was posted by CEO, Jack Wong, with the promise of more pictures to come in a \"few days.\" At the moment, the 58 x 105 x 11.8-mm M8 is said to carry a spec list which inclu

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Here you have it, what looks to be a (re-touched) photograph of a real engineering sample of the Meizu MiniOne (M8). The picture was posted by CEO, Jack Wong, with the promise of more pictures to come in a \"few days.\" At the moment, the 58 x 105 x 11.8-mm M8 is said to carry a spec list which inclu

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

iPhone clone or not, we've got to hand it to Meizu for equipping its miniOne handset with a veritable what's-what of modern day mobile tech. According to Akhiabara News, freshly-updated specs allegedly indicate that the device -- assuming it makes it past Apple's legal gauntlet, of course -- will sh

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

iPhone clone or not, we've got to hand it to Meizu for equipping its miniOne handset with a veritable what's-what of modern day mobile tech. According to Akhiabara News, freshly-updated specs allegedly indicate that the device -- assuming it makes it past Apple's legal gauntlet, of course -- will sh

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

With high hopes of putting some litigation distance between it and Apple, Meizu just released these updated renderings of their M8 / miniOne. Still no actual product shots though we hear that a prototype is floating around Meizu offices somewhere in China. So what say you -- is this change enough t

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

With high hopes of putting some litigation distance between it and Apple, Meizu just released these updated renderings of their M8 / miniOne. Still no actual product shots though we hear that a prototype is floating around Meizu offices somewhere in China. So what say you -- is this change enough t

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

No, they didn't have the miniOne on display here at CeBIT, not even a plastic mockup. Apparently, there is only one and it's back in the office with CEO, Jack Wong. Still, that didn't stop us from hounding the folks at Meizu for details about their flagship (i)phone offering. After some initial relu

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

No, they didn't have the miniOne on display here at CeBIT, not even a plastic mockup. Apparently, there is only one and it's back in the office with CEO, Jack Wong. Still, that didn't stop us from hounding the folks at Meizu for details about their flagship (i)phone offering. After some initial relu

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Chinese manufacturer Meizu is nothing if not prolific, which accounts for not one but two bits of interesting news coming out of the company today. First up are some details on its Music Card digital audio player, which we now know will come in 2, 4, and 8GB varieties, each packing a 176 x 132 1.5-i

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Funny, we rarely, if ever see a company producing Chinese knocks of high profile devices start defending themselves, but it sounds like Meizu wants to (partly) shed the bad light cast on its M8, er, miniOne non-iPhone. According to some posts in their forums by someone who appears to be Meizu's CEO

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Funny, we rarely, if ever see a company producing Chinese knocks of high profile devices start defending themselves, but it sounds like Meizu wants to (partly) shed the bad light cast on its M8, er, miniOne non-iPhone. According to some posts in their forums by someone who appears to be Meizu's CE

7 years ago 0 Comments