Meizu has officially announced the m3 note, as it had promised late last month. The m3 note is yet another Android phone from Chinese OEMs to offer features like a metallic body and a fingerprint sensor, but one that comes with Android 5.1 instead of Android 6.0 out up of the box.
The m3 note has a large 4,100 mAh battery under the hood, with a 5.5-inch Full HD LCD display up front. The phone is powered by MediaTek’s octa-core Helio P10 processor with the Mali T860 GPU, and has a 13 MP rear camera and a 5 MP front-facing camera. It will come in two variants – one with 16GB storage and 2GB of RAM, and another with 32GB of storage and 3GB of RAM. Both variants will have a microSD slot, in addition to dual SIM functionality. 4G connectivity is supported as well.
The Meizu m3 note is priced at 799 Yuan (roughly $123) and 999 Yuan (roughly $154) for the 16GB and 32GB models, and will be offered in grey, gold and silver colors. Availability will begin in China from April 11 and in India sometime next month, with registrations for the device open today.