Meizu had made available its new midranger M3 Note earlier this year for $154 (for the 3GB/32GB version) but as always, if you live outside of China, you have to pay the extra cost that online retailers charge for abroad shipping. The average price was about $220-$230, a hefty $70 above the official price.
This seems to change now, as online retailer Banggood has had a significant price drop of the device and you can now buy the phone at $179.99, a fairly good price and certainly an awesome price for the device’s specs.
The Meizu M3 Note features a 5.5-inch 1080p LTPS display up front, same as the previous versions and comes in two variants, one with 2GB RAM + 16GB storage and another with 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM. Under the hood, the phone features the Helio P10 octa-core chipset clocked at 1.8GHz, a 13MP camera sensor with f/2.2 aperture, PDAF and 5 element lens. The company has managed to pack a large 4100mAh battery in the thin 8.3mm metal body and of course, it comes with dual SIM support and fingerprint sensor embedded on the hybrid mBack button in the front.
If you want to buy one of the best devices in its class, click over here to visit Banggood online shop.