The Meizu m2 is on the verge of a hat-trick in India, after a successful sale for the second time, on Friday. The ultra-affordable handset, complete with great specs and fine design, was sold out during its second flash sale conducted on Snapdeal on 23 October. The Meizu m2 is one of the worthiest handsets in the sub-Rs 10,000 category right now and appears set to take on rivals such as Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime, YU Yuphoria and Lenovo A6000 Plus. 

If you had your eyes set on the Meizu m2 all along, you just missed yet another chance to grab the handset in the open sale. The company has opened registrations for the next sale through Snapdeal but the sale date remains a mystery for now. However, if you sign-up to purchase the Meizu m2 during its next offering, Snapdeal will send you a reminder just before the sale kicks off.

Registrations are not mandatory to participate in the sale but it gives you a heads up before the m2 is made available again.

Unlike other flash sales, it is hard to predict the next sale date for the Meizu m2 as the company hasn't followed any fixed pattern. The first Meizu m2 sale was conducted on 12 October on a Monday and the second sale happened on a Friday. Most companies conducting flash sales fix a particular day of the week to sell their handsets, making it easy for consumers to keep a track of their favourite phones.

In this case, consumers must stay alert and constantly check out their email inbox for updates or keep an eye out on social media such as Facebook and Twitter.

Despite the inconsistency in bringing the handset to the market, the Meizu m2 is amazing. The handset boasts of a 5-inch HD display with a layer of GFF full lamination technology that improves readability. It is powered by a 1.3GHz paired with 2GB DDR3 RAM, 16GB expandable memory and Mali-T720 GPU.

Besides a fine design, the Meizu m2 smartphone packs an impressive 13-megapixel rear-facing camera with Led flash and a 5MP f/2.0 aperture front snapper for great selfies. The Meizu m2 runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop based Flyme 4.5 and supports 4G FDD-LTE and TD-LTE bandwidths. The 2,500mAh makes sure you have enough juice to make it through the day with 23 hours backup on 2G calls.

For Rs. 6,999, the Meizu m2 is a smart choice and appeals to first time smartphone buyers.