Throughout the day now, Meizu has officially presented its new M3, the latest proposal from the Chinese manufacturer dedicated to the low end of the market. The Terminal looks like a slight update of its predecessor Meizu M2, against which the main differences lie in the SoC updated and in a bigger battery. Does not change the design, except for the placement of the front camera, and use of polycarbonate for the construction of the shell.
Turning to the data sheet, we find a SoC octa-core 1.5 GHz MediaTek MT6750 which adds support for networks 4 g LTE technology TIMES thanks to an additional modem. The display is a unit from 5 ” HD 720 p resolution and curved glass 2.5 D, whereas, with regard to memory, we find a double configuration with 2/3/32 and 16 GB internal memory, expandable RAM, respectively and the second slot in the cart of the SIM, which allows you to choose whether to insert a microSD card or two SIM.
The photographic sector there revives the classic configuration with a main form 13 f/2.2 Megapixels and autofocus in just 0.2 seconds thanks to PDAF, while the front end consists of a 5 f/2.0 MegaPixel camera. The new Meizu M3 provides a battery from 2870 mAh that, combined with the hardware does not excessively expensive, allows a good autonomy, all in a thickness of 8.4 mm and 132 grams in weight. Obviously lacks the classic physical button front with fingerprint sensor and all the classic gesture typical of Meizu products.
The new Meizu M3 will be marketed in the colours grey, white, black, blue, gold and pink at the price of 599 Yuan, just under 82 Euros, for variant 2/16 GB, while you move to 799 Yuan, about 109 Euros, for model with 3/32 GB. For the moment there are no details regarding the date of marketing of the device, so we should wait a little longer to find out when they will be available also on our market, through the usual distribution channels online.