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Meizu M3 Note With 4100 mAh Battery and Fingerprint Sensor Launched In China

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Meizu has officially unveiled its M3 Note in China at its event today in Beijing. We have seen the previous M series phones like Meizu m1 Note and Meizu m2 Note doing quite well in the market. This time again Meizu has continued its reputation for delivering quality budget friendly phone which deliver outstanding value for money.

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The smartphone will go on sale in China from Monday onwards, and registrations for the same have started today. Meizu M3 Note will be coming in two variants, 2 GB RAM/ 16 GB memory and 3 GB RAM with 32 GB internal memory. The 2GB/ 16 GB variant is priced at CNY 799 (approx. INR 8,200) and the 3GB/ 32 GB variant is priced at CNY 999 (approx. INR 10,300) in China.

The dual-SIM M3 Note has a 5.5 inch full HD (1080p) LTPS display with 403 ppi density. Under the hood, it has MediaTek Helio P10 chipset having eight cores. It has 2/3 GB of LPDDR3 RAM. The internal memory options are 16 GB/ 32 GB and the company has incorporated the memory expansion option on this phone via microSD.

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On the camera front, it has a 13 MP rear camera with an f/2.2 aperture and PDAF autofocus, and 5 MP front-facing camera with an f/2.0 aperture. The smartphone also has a fingerprint sensor built in the home button with mTouch 2.1 technology, which is claimed to unlock phone in just 0.2 seconds.


Meizu M3 Note runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop with Meizu’s very own Flyme OS on top. The biggest highlight of the smartphone is its 4100mAh battery, which is going to be one of the major selling points. The connectivity options include 4G LTE support, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 with BLE, and GPS/ A-GPS connectivity. It weighs 163 grams, and will be available in Grey, Gold, and Silver colour variants.

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