With the likes of Vivo and Oppo upping their game in India, the presence of Chinese blockbusters is not just limited to Xiaomi or Lenovo or even OnePlus. As a result, the brands that were initially only China exclusive are moving to India in an attempt to widen their reach and market. One such brand that has tasted the shores of India is Meizu. After the success of the Meizu M2 Note, the Chinese manufacturer has launched the Meizu M3 Note as its successor in China. The phone will make its way to India next month.
The phone comes with a 5.5 inch 1080P display with a 2.5D curved display, just like the M2 Note did. However, the changes have mainly been done on the internals, where the Meizu M3 Note comes with Octa-Core MediaTek Helio P10 chipset and 2 GB of RAM. You have an option of a 2GB/ 16 GB ROM and 3 GB/ 32 GB ROM variants and can pick whatever rocks your boat. The Home button of the device has a fingerprint scanner that claims to unlock the device in 2 seconds.
There is a Hybrid SIM that comes with the device so you can either use 2 SIM cards or simply use one SIM and one Micro SD card. The rear camera is a 13 MP unit with Phase Detection Auto Focus while the front facing unit is a 5 MP snapper. On the software front, you have Android 5.1 (Lollipop) with Flyme OS 5.1.
The Meizu M3 Note has been priced at 799 yuan for the 2 GB variant while the more powerful, 3 GB variant has been priced at 999 yuan.