Looks pretty nice.
- General characteristics
- Capacity: (512MB), 1GB , 2GB & 4GB flash memory
- 2.4" 260K-color QVGA (320x240) large and vibrant TFT-LCD screen.
- Size: Approx. 79 x 48.2 x 10mm
- Weight: 55g
- Aluminum alloy body
- Supports MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, Flac.
- Dynamic Playlist supported.
- Multi-language Supported. ID3V2, ID3V1, Filename Supported
- SN Ratio: >90dB
- Movie playback, supports AVI format (XviD).
- Photo album + Slide show: BMP, JPG, GIF formats
- Battery-related specs
- Built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery
- Plays up to 20 hours (audio), 5 hours (video)
Data transfer/management-related specs
- Supports DRM10 and Microsoft MTP
- High speed USB2.0 interface.
- High capacity USB flash storage for mobile disk (UMS).
- Windows98 SE/ME/2000/XP, Mac and Linux OS compatible
- FM stereo radio function, FM Recording (with 30 preset channels)
- Built-in Microphone
- Synchronized Song Lyric Showing, TXT View
- Calculator function and Game function
- Clock setting. Screen Saver Settings
The Meizu M6 Miniplayer SP is coming out soon with the same specs for cheaper.
*Please note everything I have posted has came from herePrice
Compared to the iPod nano
Well, since the M6 is quite obviously inspired to a bit like the iPod nano, it's only fair to compare the two in terms of price as well. We all know that the M6, when compared to the nano, has loads of additional features to offer; but beauty is in the eye of the beholder. The mainstream user is likely put these two devices next to each other on a basis of "looks" and "price", upon first eye contact.
The 2GB version of the Meizu M6 costs 189.95 Euros over at Mmport - the driving force behind Meizu.nl. An Apple iPod nano with the same amount of memory on board is exactly 10 Euros cheaper (179.95).
Differences between the 4GB version of the M6 and the nano are a bit more noticeable: 249.95 Euro (M6) vs. 214.95/224.95 Euro (nano). the again, you get double the capacity so it's only logical to see price differences grow accordingly.
Fact: the M6 is a bit more expensive than its Apple counterpart. Fact: the M6 offers lots and lots of extra stuff: video playback, advanced sound enhancement features, a much larger screen area, built-in voice recorder & FM radio... well, you get the gist of it. You decide whether it's worth the few extra bucks/Euros, but I'd definitely say "yes" there.
Compared to other devices
Mmport also offers several other 2 & 4GB players, virtually none of which manage to be cheaper than the Meizu M6. In the 4GB category, Samsung's YP-Z5F requires us to drop a handful of extra coins into the ring; when looking for a 2GB player, the M6's dominantly-attractive role becomes even more apparent.
Iriver's U10 (a very comparable player) is almost 50 Euros more expensive, Samsung's YP-Z5F goes at 209 Euros or so (+20 Euro) and simple monochrome-screen player like the Samsung YP-F2Q is only 10 Euros cheaper than the ultra-versatile Mini Player. Not a very tough choice here, that's for sure.
If your main concern is "solid audio playback", then there are a few cheaper alternatives to the M6 out there. Then again, there's only a slight premium to pay to upgrade from "basic" to "highly-advanced" levels - a premium that doesn't require having to compromise in terms of "looks" either.
Looks like this might be a winner. True iPod Nano Killer. I was about to get a nano too. I might have to reconsider.