Meizu m3s could be the best deal you make in matters of mobile phones this summer. The latest budget-friendly handset from the Chinese company packs good battery, a full metal body and fingerprint scanning for a bit over a hundred bucks #mobilemagic
As the name suggests, this smartphone borrows a lot of its predecessor features, improving only the material that makes up the body, the battery life and security system. So, you have a 5-inch phone, with 720p display resolution, an f/2.2, 13MP rear camera and f/2.0, 5MP front facing camera, a MediaTek MT6750 processor, which comes with eight Cortex-A53 CPU cores, and upgraded 3020 mAh. In matters of security, you will be able to unlock your phone in 0.2 second with the advanced fingerprint authentication technology.
Memory size is up to you. You can choose between two different variants of the same handset – one with 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage or with 3GB RAM and 32GB of storage space. The first one will cost RMB 699 (around $109), while the 32GB model will make you pay 40 dollars more.
Meizu m3s comes in gray, silver, gold and rose gold. By the way, it doesn’t run stock Android, but the Flyme 5.1 operating system.