Meizu m2 note battery life test

23 August, 2015
The Meizu m2 note turned out a capable fella even though it came with an inferior chipset compared to its predecessor. The m2 note still relies on a big 5.5" 1080p display and a MediaTek tech, plus it's powered by a beefy 3,100 mAh battery.

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jonno, 04 Nov 2015Recently purchased Meizu Note 2 Battery only lasts about 3... moreYou must have a faulty one. I just got mine a few days ago and the battery hardly goes down at all in standby. With normal usage, mainly looking at news apps and some web browsing, I charged it up first thing in the morning and not again until 11 am the following day.

  • jonno

Recently purchased Meizu Note 2 Battery only lasts about 3-4 hours on standby and even less with usage. Have tried closing apps with no noticeable difference. Any ideas on the problem or do we have a faulty battery.
Also calls drop out after 2-3 minutes.

  • geekify

regs, 23 Aug 2015All good, except lack of NFC, european LTE bands and poor n... moreI don't think that NFC should play a big role in decision making. It also has some support for EU LTE networks, therefore you should check if it has LTE support in your country. As for the International support I agree that it might be a major drawback for many users, but I guess MEIZU is working on that also. Until then we will have to rely on forums and different hacks... By the way I own this device as my main phone and so far it is doing great.

AnonD-56425, 23 Aug 2015I wanna see the battery life in the power saving mode. It r... more+1. Android has a major bug with broadcasts in WiFi networks that prevents it from sleeping (wlan_rx_wake wakelock). Or at least had. Yet many manufacturers still have it in their firmwares, including Meizu's Flyme.

  • AnonD-56425

I wanna see the battery life in the power saving mode. It really matters!

All good, except lack of NFC, european LTE bands and poor non-Chinese support in Flyme.