If already the previous one M2 Notes he had convinced many users, with this Meizu M3 Notes it is clear that the intent of the Asian company is to establish itself even more decisively in the segment sector mid-range of smartphones.
Why? Let's find out in ours preview!
Meizu M3 Note - The preview of GizChinaIT
Aesthetically, the M3 Note comes in a new guise, with a metal shell and a design that incorporates what we saw with the Meizu PRO 5, except for a few small details, such as the absence of the laser autofocus module.
On the back we find the rear camera from 13 mega-pixels, accompanied by a double LED flash dual tone and by autofocus PDAF, together with the new Meizu logo.
On the front we have another new feature of this terminal, that is the key mBack, always inclusive of technology mTouch 2.1, but that in this case also acts as a fingerprint reader.
On the upper part we find a symmetrical arrangement of the front camera from 5 mega-pixels and the proximity and brightness sensors on the sides of the ear capsule.
On the right side profiles we find the power button and the volume rocker, while on the left is the dual SIM / micro SD slot.
At the bottom we have the audio speaker, the micro USB input, 2 visible screws and the main microphone grid, assisted by the upper secondary microphone, together with the 3.5 mm mini jack input.
On the other hand, we do not find major differences regarding the IPS display from 5.5 inches diagonal with resolution Full HD.
In addition to the various aesthetic changes, we also find a renewed hardware sector, given the presence of the new one MediaTek MT6755, Aka Helio P10, or a solution octa-core with 64-bit ARMv8 Cortex-A53 architecture and clock frequency from 1.8 GHz.
The graphic part is entrusted to the ARM GPU Mali-T860, all joined by 2 GB di RAM e 16 GB di expandable memory. We also remind you that the device will also be available in the variant with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of memory.
As for connectivity, it is favored by a modem 802.11 Wi-Fi a / b / g / n / ac Dual Band, Bluetooth 4.0 and, of course, support dual SIM 4G LTE Cat.6 (no 20 band).
Great expectations are then placed in the battery, given the generous unit from 4100 mAh which, also given the SoC adopted here, should guarantee intense use during the day.
Finally, the software is represented by Android Lollipop 5.1, accompanied as usual by the proprietary interface Flyme 188.8.131.52A.
No doubt about it, this Meizu M3 Note promises to be very interesting given the aspects just illustrated. Pending the Full review (which will arrive shortly), we invite you to continue following us, as well as a to comment with your questions and trivia!