Meizu has posted a new teaser for the Meizu M3 Max which is expected to launch tomorrow. The image which is also a clever play on the launch date shows the phone’s battery usage of 9 hours and 5 minutes. The battery indicator shows that there is still 29% battery left which should still offer close to 2 hours of on-screen time. We still don’t know the battery capacity but should be close to 5000mAh or even more to pull this off.
The Meizu M3 Max is said to launch with a 6” screen, 3GB of RAM, and have a version with a stylus called the mPen. Earlier news mentioned it was going to be the first phone to launch with the Helio P20 SoC but what we saw on Geekbench a few days ago was the M3 Max with Helio P10.
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Since the launch is less than 24 hours away, we should be able to confirm the full specifications of the phone. We are pretty excited to see what Meizu has cooked up with their mPen.
The Meizu M3 Max will cost 1799 Yuan ($269) for the base version with 32GB storage and 1999 Yuan ($299) for the model with the stylus and 64GB storage.