Meizu has announced three devices this year, the Meizu M3, M3 Note and PRO 6. The first handset is Meizu’s entry-level offering, the M3 Note belongs in the mid-range category, and the PRO 6 is Meizu’s all-new flagship smartphone. That being said, we’ve talked about all of these devices already, and all three of them were introduced this month, which is quite interesting. Anyhow, the Meizu M3 Note and PRO 6 teardowns have already surfaced online, and we’ve covered both of them, well, it’s Meizu M3’s turn.
The Meizu M3 got torn down in China, and we’re here to talk more about that. If you take a look at the gallery down below, you’ll be able to see the whole teardown procedure, as usual. Now, according to the source, the Meizu M3 was fairly easy to disassemble, and should be fairly easy to repair because of it. The Meizu M3 sports a unibody design, and the device is made out of plastic (polycarbonate). The phone is well built, and even though it’s not a rugged device, chances are you won’t do too much damage if you drop it, presuming it doesn’t land on its display in an inconvenient way. That is more or less it as far as, Meizu M3 teardown goes, the phone is easy to repair, and the whole procedure is quite similar to some of the company's previous devices which were made out of plastic (M2 and M2 Note, for example).
The Meizu M3 sports a 5-inch 720p (1280 x 720) display, 2GB / 3GB of RAM and 16GB / 32GB of expandable internal storage. The device is fueled by the MT6750 octa-core SoC running at 1.5GHz, and a 2,870mAh battery is also included in this package. The 13-megapixel (PDAF, f/2.2 aperture) camera is placed on the back of Meizu M2, and a 5-megapixel snapper can be found up front. Android 5.1 Lollipop comes pre-installed here with Meizu’s Flyme 5.1 UI available on top of it. The phone comes in Gray, Whtie, Blue, Pink and Gold color variants, while it also offers two SIM card slots. The Meizu M3 measures 141.5 x 69.5 x 8.3mm, while it weighs 132 grams.