Last week, Meizu launched its latest phone, m3 Note with an all metal body, a departure from the polycarbonate one, as most mobile companies preferred this year. While Meizu veered from the previous design in this sense, m3 Note kept the top-notch camera technology the company is using since 2014 #mobilemagic
Meizu m3 Note sports 5.5-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) display with a 2.5D glass and has a lot of muscle: Helio P10 octa-core processor , the same one used in Gionee’s S8, presented at MWC this year. The camera (one of the features we’re most interested in, let’s face it) has 13MP with f/2.2 aperture (rear) and a front-shooter with 5MP, f/2.0 aperture and FotoNation’s 2.0 smart selfie enhancement. If you’ve been a Meizu fan since 2014, at least, then know that you can count on an upgrade of the same, quality image enhancement system.
m3 Note is going to surprise you with its battery life, the 4,100mAh keeping your phone “up and awake” for 16 days. Count on an mTouch 2.1 fingerprint sensor to keep your data safe but unlock it when needed in just 0.2 seconds. As you might have expected, it runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop with Flyme 5.1 OS on top and supports dual SIM.
Although the company sold 20 milllion phones last year, Meizu is keeping a reasonable price for it; you can get a 2GB version at 799 Yuan (around $123) or a 3GB variant at 999 Yuan (around $155). Meizu m3 Note comes in Gray, Silver, and Gold and can be purchased from this day in China.