Meizu the Chinese consumer electronics company has introduced the M2 Note successor the Meizu M3 Note for a starting price tag of RMB 799 (approx ₹8,200). The device gets its power from an MTK 1.8Ghz Helio P10 chipset with Mali T860 GPU and is equipped Finger-Print ID Sensor.
The phone packs some pretty solid mid-range specs the device is first one which packs a metal body from the M series of smartphones by Meizu. The phones get its juice from a 4100mAh built-in battery. M3 note has a hybrid slot setup meaning you can either use 2x nano SIM’s or a nano-SIM + micro SD card (128GB max). Running On a custom skin over android ‘FlyMe OS’ 5.1 based on Android Lollipop. The display panel is a 5.5 inch LTPS screen with a 2.5D curved glass and supporting 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution.
The Camera Front is backed by a 13MP AF camera on the rear with a f/2.2 aperture and dual tone LED flash support For Selfies we have a Front facing camera with a 5MP shooter with a f/2.0 aperture. connectivity options include 4G LTE, 3G, 2G, GPS, BT 4.1 and WiFi The phone also supports VOLTE. Below the display is Meizu’s Touch 2.1, a physical home button with integrated fingerprint scanner.
The device comes with two variants The 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM version price in China are RMB 799 (approx ₹8K) and the 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM is priced at RMB 999 (approx ₹10K). Both versions of the phone run on the same octa-core chip.
The phone will be available in China from the 11th April