Meitu V6: The selfie phone you’ve never heard of

Read the full article: http://andauth.co/meituv6 | Josh checks out the Meitu V6 — a very popular Asian phone with a powerful camera combination specifically tuned to make users look fabulous.

NOTE: the app is called Makeup Plus, though there is also a BeautyPlus app from Meitu in the Play Store. Also, I kept hearing ‘SelfiePlus’ from my friends while I was playing with the phone. Confusing!

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28 thoughts on “Meitu V6: The selfie phone you’ve never heard of

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  2. Cameras aside, does one need to constantly re change language setting back to English language because the phone is built with Chinese language as factory setting.

  3. China have very unique phones and classy too i have the same phone n i always prefer buying chinese brands phones especially those unique one such that when someones sees you with it they wonder what kind of garget is that.. there is also meizu pro 7 plus, Mi, Xiaomi and alot of more cool chinese brand phones that the phones outside the market cannot compete that…

  4. Its rather ironic that, as has been said, in Asia its things like the selfie camera and general camera thats really important to customers – yet 90% of most Chinese phones have terrible camera and its the one thing where you can clearly see they cut costs on.

  5. Interesting. very interesting. Can't really say any of the beauty mode is important to me. still, I do like the physical design of the device. Keep up the great work!

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