Meizu has managed to grow quite a bit last year. The company has sold 20 million smartphones in 2015, which is a lot compared to 4.4 million units they shipped back in 2014. Well, the company still did not announce a single device this year, at least not an Android-powred device (Ubuntu-powered Meizu PRO 5 was introduced during MWC). Well, that will change soon, our source at the company informed us that Meizu plans to introduce new hardware next month, as they will host two press events on China. Well, now we have more details regarding one of those events, read on.
The company has decided to officially tease one of their upcoming events. If you take a look at the provided image, you’ll get to see that Meizu plans to host an event on April 6th, and this image also confirms that the Meizu M3 Note will be introduced in the event, though it might be hard to tell considering it’s in Chinese. Anyhow, this event will be held at the Beijing National Convention Center, and the Meizu M3 Note will be a direct successor to the Meizu M2 Note this company unveiled last year. If the M2 Note is any indication of how well the M3 Note’s sales will go, then this smartphone will be one of the best selling Meizu-branded handsets this year. Meizu’s exec confirmed the arrival of the M3 Note recently, but he hasn’t exactly shared the phone’s specs with us. Well, thankfully, a couple of leaks surfaced touting M3 Note’s specs, so let’s see what can we expect.
According to the leaked info, the Meizu M3 Note will feature a 5.5-inch fullHD (1920 x 1080) display, just like its predecessor. This phone will probably be made out of plastic, though it is possible Meizu plans to change things around this year, and actually include some metal in their mid-ranger. The device will almost certainly going to be fueled by MediaTek’s Helio P10 64-bit octa-core processor (mid-range SoC), and you’ll be able to find either 16GB or 32GB of storage on the inside (depending on the model). The 13-megapixel snapper will quite probably going to be located on the back of this phone, and Android Lollipop or Marshmallow will come pre-installed on it with Meizu’s Flyme UI installed on top of it.