Meizu today launched the Meizu m3 in the Chinese markets for RMB 599. This handset is different from the Meizu m3 Note that was recently launched. The m3 will be available with 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM for RMB 599 (approx Rs. 6,100) and for RMB 799 with 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM (approx Rs. 8,200).
Meizu m3 features and specifications
The m3 is a dual SIM (hybrid) handset (Nano or Micro SD + Nano slots) that sports a 5 inch screen with 2.5D curved glass and supporting 1280 x 720 pixels resolution. This smartphone houses the MediaTek 64 bit octa core processor MTK6750 clocked at 1.5GHz coupled with Mali T860 GPU.
Meizu m3 is running FlyMe 5.1 over YunOS. There is optional 2GB / 3GB RAM and optional 16GB / 32GB ROM (eMMC 5.0), plus micro SD card support of up to 128GB. Handset weight is 132 grams with built in 2870 mAh battery and thickness is 8.3mm.
A 13MP AF camera is on the rear with dual tone LED flash support and front facing camera is of 5MP resolution. Key features are 4G LTE, 3G, 2G, GPS, dual band WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0. There is no finger print sensor.
Meizu m3 will be available in China from 29th April and pre-booking have already started for RMB 599 (2GB/16GB) and RMB 799 (3GB/32GB).
This handset will be launched globally but as for now there is no official word about it.