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Meizu M3 Specifications and HD Images leaked, to be priced at 599 Yuan

by Jitendra Soni 4

Meizu will be officially releasing the Meizu M3 soon. However, apart from its official price, everything has been leaked right from configuration to HD images of the device.

From the real images once can make out Meizu M3’s basic design easily. Its design has been derived from Meizu M2, It has the same 2.5D glass screen, a fingerprint sensor housed in the rectangular home button as spotted on TENAA website.

Meizu M 3

The back panel of the device is made of polycarbonate material. On the bottom of the device, one can see the speaker grill on either side of USB type-C charging interface, which ideally should also allow fast charge technology.

Meizu M 3 Back

Meizu M3 measures 141.5 × 69.5 × 8.3 (mm) and weighs around 130.69 g. It will come in white, blue, grey, pink, gold colour options. The battery capacity of Meizu M3 has been upgraded to 2800mAh compared to 2500 mAh on Meizu M2.

M3 Benchmark

Antutu benchmark leak shows a benchmark score of 39,000 and it also states that Meizu M3 has a Mediatek 6755 processor, 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM. It will have a screen resolution of 720P, a 13 MP rear camera and a 5 MP front camera. The phone is running on Flyme on top of Android 5.1

Apart from the upgrade in battery department and processor, the biggest upgrade from Meizu M2 is on the network side. Meizu M3 will support full 4G Netcom and LTE Cat. 6 and supports dual sim standby. Also, it is rumoured that this device will be sold at 599 Yuan, then it is definitely a steal deal.

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  • Tremaine Underwood

    The 6755? but that’s the same processor as the Note has in it. It must a down clocked version. Whatever processor it is, this looks like Meizu’s sweet spot. Should be powerful enough for your average user and all their phones get full Flyme. I am surprised it comes with a finger print scanner as well. We are at the point now which I have always wondered about. Where the difference between the top of the range and the bottom is very small in reality. This is where things are going to get interesting.

    • Karly Johnston

      Meizu has been a real let down this year.

      • Tremaine Underwood

        I don’t know yet, the Pro6 has pretty much already been condemned. I will reserve comment until I see a review. The screen size is the only thing I really don’t like because I was looking to go bigger if anythimg. The battery performance might still be pretty good, I think the whole point of the Deca-core is the power efficiency, so we will see if it works in practice.I really like the design. Plus from what I have seen with my phone, they are really good with updates. And don’t forget we haven’t seen reviews for LEeco’s offerings either, from the reviews I saw the 1’s wasn’t as well received as the Le1 . Anyway as I said above I think the M3 is there sweet spot.

  • did4skalia

    If Meizu M3 wold come with the same processor as M3 Note (P10) and with Marshmallow at start, there IMO would be any chance with Xiaomi redmi 3. But unfortunately there will be lolipop, and probably worse processor :/