Meizu’s upcoming mid-range smartphone Meizu E3 under the subsidiary brand mBlue (Blue Charm) is being developed by the Chinese smartphone manufacturer. The device has been leaked several times before. Now, the device has just appeared in TENA, China’s Telecom Regulatory Authority Website. The information reveals the smartphone design but o mention about the hardware specs. The smartphone carries the model number M851Q.
Meizu E3 looks exactly same as we have seen in the last live image leak. Also, the listed device is in same gold colour. The device apparently has the tall 18:9 full view display, corners curved a little. The front-facing camera, Proximity sensor and the Earpiece are placed at the front top edge. The fingerprint scanner, as expected, is mounted on the side, but not on the power button. The power button and the volume rockers are placed on different edges.
Coming to the rear, the dual-camera is placed as we have seen in the last leak. The smartphone has dual camera placement which resembles the Apple iPhone X design. We can barely blame the manufacturer, as many brands have started adopting the same design pattern, including the Huawei. The antenna lines are placed on the top and bottom edges. The brand name and logo “mblu by MEIZU” is placed at the bottom left corner, flipped vertically. The same logo placement was before seen with Meizu Pro 7 flagship smartphone.
The smartphone is expected to house the Mediatek Helio P70 Chipset, along with 3GB/4GB of RAM onboard. The LTE-enabled Meizu mblu E3 device is confirmed to launch on March 6th.