Chinese smartphone maker Meizu has finally unveiled its newest addition to its "M" line of smartphones. According to a report by GSM Arena, the company held an event in Beijing and introduced to the public the M3 Note. And just like its predecessors, the M1 Note and M2 Note, the new device is said to come with quality budget-friendly offers.
Android Headlines noted that there are going to be two variants available for sale. One will have a 2 GB of RAM with 16 GB of internal storage while the other one will have a 3 GB of RAM paired with 32 GB of storage. Each will be priced in China at 799 Yuan or $123 and 999 Yuan or $154 respectively. The source also stated that it will be start selling on April 11 via Meizu's official website and at Jingdong Mall (JD.com).
As for the other specs and features of the device, Android Authority reported that the Meizu M3 Note will carry a 5.5-inch Full HD display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution and a PPI of 403 pixels per inch, which provides sufficient sharpness for enjoyable viewing experience. Under the hood is a 64-bit octa-core MediaTek Helio P10 (MT6755) processor with eight Cortex-A54 CPU cores divided into two groups. Each cluster will have a peak clock speed of 1.8 GHz and 1 GHz. A Mali-T760 GPU can also be found in the device. Keeping the power on is a 4,100mAh non removable battery.
The device also features a 13-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 5-megapixel front shooter for selfie and video calls. Moreover, a fingerprint sensor, which doubles also as a back and multitasking key, is built inside the physical home button.
Meizu has also an impressive improvement in terms of design. The M3 Note no longer carries a plastic shell just like how it is with the other devices in the M-series. Instead, it now comes with a 6000 series aluminum unibody. The front is designed in black and white colors while the back is designed with dark gray and gold finish.