Meizu’s upcoming mid-ranger the Meizu E3 has showed up on TENAA. The full listing is not yet available but the photos leave nothing to the imagination.
Just like the Meizu M6s, the Meizu E3 packs an 18:9 display. The bezels are more or less the same thickness and the bottom one is also missing the mBack button. To not make it identical to the M6s, Meizu has swapped the position of the front camera and sensor. The former is now on the left and the latter on the right.
The rear of the Meizu M3 is much more different though Meizu seems to not have been able to resist joining the iPhone X bandwagon. This is evident from the design of the dual rear cameras.
Beneath the camera housing is a LED flash. There are also antenna lines at the top and bottom and at the bottom right corner is a “mblu by Meizu” text.
The Meizu M3 has its fingerprint scanner on the right and above it is the power button. For those who are used to the scanner being on the front or back of the device, this will take some time getting used to. Volume rocker now keeps the SIM tray company on the left side of the device.
The Meizu M3 has appeared on TENAA in two variants – M851Q and M851M which are actually just network variants. The phone is scheduled to arrive March 6 and should have impressive cameras and gaming performance.