Meizu today unveiled a new handset in China, it’s called the Meizu M3 Max and as the name says the Max comes with a big screen of 6 inches. M3 Max is powered by Helio P10 processor and packed with 4100 mAh battery.
As per the Meizu M3 Max specifications this handset houses the MediaTek Helio P10 octa core processor cocked at 1.8GHz with Mali T860 GPU. FlyMe OS 5.1 over Android 6.0 runs out of the box over a big screen – 6 inches IPS supporting 1080p resolution.
Meizu M3 Max is a dual Hybrid SIM handset packed with 3GB on board RAM and 64GB storage + 128GB micro SD card support. Handset weight is 189 grams with non-removable battery and thickness is 7.94mm.
On the back of Meizu M3 Max you will find a 13MP AF camera using SONY IMX 258 sensor and dual tone LED flash support and on the front there is a 5MP shooter. Other features included are 4G LTE with VoLTE support, 3G, 2G, GPS, WiFi dual band, BT 4.1 and finger print sensor (front home button).
Meizu M3 Max gets power from a non-removable 4100 mAh battery (fast charging). The handset will go on sale in 4 different color option from RMB 1699 (approx Rs. 17K).