Earlier today, Meizu held a launch event where it announced the Meizu E3 and Kumamon Travel Set. While promotional images do a good job of making a product look stunning, one still yearns for live photos. Below are a bunch of pictures of the phone and the travel set.
The Meizu E3 is shown in black, blue, and gold in the photos below and it is easy to see the one that stands out. The antenna lines are more visible on the gold and blue variants compared to the black unit. Also, the dual rear cameras are slightly raised. So it is best you get a case that has the camera cut-out raised high enough to keep the glass covering the camera from scratches.
There is no branding whatsoever on the front side of the device. So if you slap a case on this phone, no one is going to be able to tell who the manufacturer is. On the blue and back variant, the bezels are black but are white in the gold variant.
The bottom of the phone is home to a 3.5mm audio jack, USB-C port, and speaker grille. The primary microphone is also at the bottom and there are two screws flanking the USB port on each side.
The volume rocker is separated into two individual buttons and are on the left of the phone. The power button which is a striking red on the blue variant sits above the fingerprint scanner.
The J-20 Limited Edition also makes an appearance and stuns as well. The lines on the back are unique unlike any other phone we have seen before. The J-20 is written in army font and there is an image of the fighter jet just above Meizu’s branding.
The phone also comes with custom wallpapers, icons, and a special retail box and hard case. There are also memorial cards and a custom SIM ejector.
Irrespective of the variant you choose, you should be satisfied as they all look well made.
There are also photos of the Kumamon Travel Set. They do look good and even the red suitcase which is not yet on sale makes an appearance.