Meizu Technology officially launched the M3 Note. For the 16 GB storage and 2 GB memory model, the price is RMB 799 (Rs 8,200); and for the 32 GB storage and 3 GB memory model, the price is RMB 999(Rs 10,300). There are three colour options: silver, gray, and golden. The older M2 Note is available for Rs 6,999 while the latest iteration will go on sale on April 11 in China.
Meizu M3 Note’s physical home button is integrated with the fingerprint recognition function which is an upgrade from its predecessor, M2 Note. The entire fingerprint-based unlock operation can be completed within 0.2s. The home button is integrated with the three major functions, that is, touch-to-return, fingerprint-based unlock, and fingerprint-based payment.
The screen measures in at 5.5-inch, 1080P full HD and full lamination with the 2.5D curved glass.
The rear camera has 13 megapixels and supports the PDAF phase focusing, which is mainly supported by flagship mobile phones. The front camera has 5 megapixels and is equipped with the F/2.0 large aperture to squeeze more into on frame.
Meizu m3 runs Helio P10 processor with the highest basic frequency reaches 1.8 GHz. The processor and choice of 2 GB or 3 GB RAM runs the Flyme 5 system, which is deeply optimized based on the Android L. The 4,100 mAh battery should last you more than a day, but we’ll have to test it out to find out the real world capabilities.
There is an option for MicroSD card for expansion of memory. Therefore, storage capacity is no longer a limitation.