Meizu, the Chinese smartphone brand, has tipped to launch another smartphone next week. Dubbed M2, the device would cater in the budget smartphone segment and is expected to be priced under Rs 10,000.

Featuring a unibody design, the Meizu M2 comes with metal-like finish and supports up to 144GB of storage. It is made from a polycarbonate unibody, which makes it uniform and light. Additionally, the unibody composition allows the design of the M2 to be sleek and slimmer than its competitors. Furthermore, the M2 is available in a vibrant colour range including white, blue, grey and pink.

Running on a heavily customised version of Android 5.1 lollipop -- Flyme OS 4.5, Meizu M2 come powered by a 64-bit MT6735 Quad-core processor, which combines 1.3 GHz Cortex A53 cores CPU and the Mali-T720 GPU.

Meizu M2 is equipped with a Samsung 13 megapixel CMOS camera on the rear and a 5MP camera on the front. It has upgraded its FotoNation beatifying system, which will help you to click better selfies and let you to share pictures easily.

The phone has a five-inch screen with the 720 x 1280 pixels resolution overlaid with the GFF full lamination technology, which claims to minimise reflection and improves display quality.

Meizu M2 will also come with both TD-LTE and FDD-LTE 4G, which means that users can switch between them without any limitation. Two Nano-SIM cards can be inserted into the M2's single tray. The card tray supports microSD cards with a storage capacity of 144 GB.

Meizu hasn't mentioned anything on the availability of the device but noticing its earlier release, the M2 is expected to be available exclusively through