Meizu launched the M3 Note smartphone in China on 6th April and will be launching the same in India pretty soon, probably in May 2016. The Meizu M3 Note however is now listed on the Meizu India website (of course without the price tag), a clear indication that the handset will hit the Indian markets.

Meizu M3 Note is powered by Helio P10 octa core processor and it sports a 5.5 inch screen with full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution. Handset (aluminum body) weighs around 163 grams and is 8.3mm thick. The Helio P10 CPU is 64 bit clocked at 1.8GHz coupled with Mali T860 GPU.

This handset comes with dual SIM slot (Hybrid) and packed with optional 2GB/3GB RAM and 16GB /32GB ROM. When it comes to the camera the M3 Note houses a 13MP AF camera with 5 element lens on the back with dual tone LED flash support. And the front facing camera is of 5MP resolution.

Meizu M3 Note listed on Meizu India website

FlyMe OS 5.1 runs the show (based on Lollipop). This smartphone also comes loaded with hall, accelerometer, gyro, light, proximity and magnetic sensors. The front menu button also doubles up as the finger print sensor using mTouch 2.1. A 4100 mAh non-removable battery powers up this handset.

Key features are 4G LTE, 3G, 2G, GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth. M3 note will be available in 3 exciting colour options in India, within a month or two.

Tip: Tarun.

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