Introduction of Meizu M3 Note
Chinese mobile phone maker Meizu on Wednesday exposed its new m3 note smartphone in India. At an event in New Delhi, Meizu introduced the new m-series smartphone, with a lot of improvement. Some of the improvements or changes in the new Meizu m3 are all-metal body, a new thumb print scanner, multi-window backing, and a superior battery.
Meizu M3 Note Review
The M3 Note will be sold in China for approx. Rs 8,250 of 2GB RAM while the 3GB RAM is available for. Rs 10300. It has a 5.5″ display that is seamlessly suitable for one-handed process, but the phone still feels countless in hand and you can simply do the significant stuff with one hand. It is of heavy weight, but still slips courteously into pockets. The hold is secure sufficient, but because of the big footprint and the apprehensive screen glass we’d commend handling it extra carefully.
We predict many consumers were always looking forward to the Meizu Note lineup. The latest Meizu m3 note sizes upon that with a faster processor, a superior battery and a better, all-metal design.
Meizu M3 Note comes with an aluminum frame, and it looks same from most smartphones. The phone has been launched in three color shades are white, silver and gold and the one we got was dressed in silver. There is nothing about the design that stands out, we were still cheerful with the look and feel of the M3 Note. We found it to be common, but stylish though. With innovative technologies being used to create the body of this smartphone, it is nothing but a amazing piece of work. The design language is certainly familiar to what we saw on the predecessor, but the quality has been drastically improved.
Meizu M3 Note has a 5.5 inch Full HD 1080P display with 403 pixels per inch which we found to be quite touchy. The display showed optimistic and vibrant colors; we felt that there is option of improvement in the viewing angles of the display. The front of the phone is conquered by the display, right below which is the fingerprint sensor on the phone. The size rocker and the power buttons are inserted on the right power of the phone and the SIM card slot is on the left. The 3.5mm jack is placed on the top while the microUSB port and the speakers of the phone are located at the bottom. The screen looks like contemplative, which may make sunlight readability a little hard for the user.
Connectivity and battery
The modern 4G speed provides fast surfing and flooding experience. Other connectivity features include Bluetooth v4.0, Wi-Fi, microUSB 2.0 etc. The device sips juice from a massive 3,200mAh Li-ion non-removable battery.
The 13MP rear camera of Meizu M3 Note certainly isn’t amongst the highest features of the smartphone. We broke some pictures from the phone’s camera and we were left with a bag of mixed feelings. While the image advantage was decent, we were not very happy with the color replica of M3 Note’s camera.
Meizu M3 Note is powered by 1.8GHz Helio P10 octa-core processor, and comes in two models, one with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage and the other one with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. Operators have the assortment of expanding the available storage by installing microSD cards of up to 128GB. The smartphone packs a 4,100mAh battery and comes with 4G, LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and NFC connectivity selections.
Above that big 5.5″ display we find the earpiece surrounded by the 5MP selfie snapper and a group of sensors. The screen is the mTouch fingerprint scanner and Home button combo. This main is both capable of hardware press (Home) and capacitive touch (Back).
Meizu M3 Note runs Android 5.1 Lollipop sensitive with the corporation’s own Flyme OS. Like most smartphones these days, M3 Note has the app drawer integrated with home screen. The smartphone uses an extremely customized version of Android, with everything from app icons to the announcement panel different from what they are in usual Android phones. The phone doesn’t even have keys with the ‘back’ icon, and instead offers the arrow on top left of the screen like IOS devices.
- Introductions on Lollipop
- No FM radio or NFC
- No fast charging
- Weaker GPU than the one used in the m1 metal
- Single SIM support
- Non-removable battery
- Reasonable price
- Decent battery
- Powerful configuration
The Meizu M3 Note is a reasonable device with commanding configuration, decent cameras and good battery capacity, which combined offer smooth and protracted performance. It lacks dual SIM support and fingerprint sensor, however, if you are observing for a mid-range device with strong performance, then it is a phone worth checking out. The Meizu m3 note absolutely looks like a countless package at Rs. 9,999, and will give hard opposition to other participants in the price segment. In our view, the software of the phone is interesting and is definitely something we would want to explore more.