Chinese smartphone maker Meizu finally unveiled its much-awaited smartphone, Meizu m3 note at an official event held in Bejing. Meizu m-series have been known for providing high-end specs at pocket-friendly prices. The m3 note will be the successor to the very successful m2 note and m1 note.
The Meizu m3 note has a 6000 series all aluminium body which is a first in the m-series. The device sports a 5.5-inch FHD display with 2.5D front glass. The m3 note is powered by a MediaTek Helio P10 chipset coupled with Mali T860 GPU. The device is available in two memory variants of 2GB RAM /16GB expandable internal storage and 3GB RAM/32GB fast eMMC 5.1 solid state chip.
The device features a 13 MP rear shooter and a 5 MP secondary camera. The m3 note also sports an mTouch 2.1 fingerprint sensor embedded in the home button. The device packs a 4000 mAh battery and supports LTE and VoLTE. It has been described as ‘Full Netcom’ and will support all networks in China. The device has a hybrid card tray, so users have the option to use the microSD card slot as the second SIM card slot as well.
The Meizu m3 note’s selling point is, however, its price. The device has been priced at CNY 799 (approx. $125) for the 2GB version and CNY 999 (approx.$155) for the 3GB variant. The prices are quite attractive and we hope that the device will be received warmly when it arrives on April 11.