Chinese smartphone manufacturer Meizu has announced Meizu m3 as a successor device for m2, which has been launched last year. The Meizu m3 offers a few minor upgrades from m2 including in Chipset, while it carries the same price tag of $92.
Entry-Level device Meizu m3 features a 5-inch 720p HD display topped with a semi-curved 2.5D glass over. It is powered with a Octa-Core MediaTek MT6750 Processor, instead of older quad-core MT6735 SoC. Meizu offers two memory variants for the Meizu m3 The first one carries 2GB RAM with 16GB storage, while the other one boasts 3GB of RAM and 32GB built-in storage. The storage space can be expanded through the dedicated SD Card slot.
The rear camera for Meizu m3 consist of 13MP and its front facing shooter is of 5MP sensor. The device is lightened up with the battery pack which is juiced up with 2,870mAh capacity, slightly improved than previous 2,500mAh one.
Meizu m3 entry-level smartphone has been announced in China with the price tag of 599 Chinese Yuan, equivalent to 92 USD approximately. The 3GB Variant for the device costs 799CNY ($123). The color options for the device including White, Black, Blue, Pink, Gold and Grey. As we know as usually Chinese smartphones doing when they get out of the China, the price tags will become burning high. So we are not sure about the actual International market pricing and availability for the Meizu m3 now. Keep visiting us, we’ll up to date the informations about its availability soon.