The Chinese consume electronics maker Meizu unveiled the much awaited Meizu Note M3 yesterday April 6, 2016. Its their flagship for upper mid-range market.
The Meizu Note M3 has metal unibody build, making it sleek and has premium feel, featuring a 5.5 inch 1080p LTPS display with 3GB LPDDR3 RAM, 32GB internal storage with expandable option.
The 2GB RAM variant comes with 16GB internal storage that is priced at $125, while the 3GB RAM with 32GB storage is priced at $155. Both variants has MediaTek Helio P10 with 64-bit octa core processor, Mali-T760 GPU. This allows the smartphone for faster experience in opening apps or watching videos.
Both has 4100mAh battery juice that could last 32 hours of talk time, 16 days standby time and 15 hours of video usage. It’s great news for people that wanted to have a long lasting device througout the day.
The rear camera has 13MP f/2.2 aperture, 5-element lens PDAF, on the front is 5MP f/2.0 aperture, 5-element lens that was designed for selfie addict user.
It also comes with dual SIM feature, Andriod 5.1 Lollipop and Meizu Flyme 5.1 UI. The stock OS is an aftermarket that Meizu developed for their Android line up, the Flyme 5.1 UI has been redesigned for usability and performance.
The Meizu Note M3 also has a physical home button below the display, that act as mBack button. A fingerprint scanner that was placed inside of it, featuring mTouch 2.1 that can unlock your phone in 0.48 seconds. The Note M3 is also available in gray, silver and gold, though we expect more colors will be offer upon release.
The Meizu Note M3 will be available in China and soon will be shipped overseas in last week of April. Guangdong-based company is the top 10 smartphone makes in China with 20 million units sold last 2015.
We are looking forward to Meizue Note M3 and it’s features, keep your eyes peeled for our review once we get our test unit from Meizu.