Taking a cue from other Chinese manufacturers such as Huawei, Meizu is also gearing up to launch a new smartphone. The upcoming device by Meizu is a successor to the M2 Note, dubbed as M3 Note. The event is scheduled for April 6, which is the same day when Huawei is going to unveil its flagship smartphone, the Huawei P9.
Coming on to the upcoming Meizu M3 Note, the company has been teasing the launch event on the Chinese website, Weibo. Additionally, there is also a dedicated website for the forthcoming device, which displays the tagline - “Pretty fast, thin, long-lasting.” In accordance with the rumors and leaks, the device is expected to look like the M2 Note, but it will come with substantial changes on the hardware and software front.
The leaks suggest that the Meizu M3 Note might feature a 5.5-inch full HD (1080p) display, 2GB of RAM, MediaTek Helio X10 chipset, 16GB/32GB internal storage options, and 3200mAh of battery. In terms of pricing, the report states that the M3 Note will be priced at 799 Yuan (Approx. Rs 8,000) for the 16GB variant, and 999 Yuan (Approx. Rs 10,000) for the 32GB variant. To recap, the Meizu M2 Note, which was launched in August 2015, was priced at Rs. 9,999 in India. Meizu has revealed no info regarding Meizu M3 Note's launch in India.