Meizu rumors and leaks have been all over the place in the last couple of weeks. The company's Meizu PRO 6 and M3 Note devices have been surfacing all over the internet, and the company has recently confirmed that it will announce the M3 Note on April 6th. The PRO 6 will quite probably follow on April 12th, at least according to the latest info we've managed to get our hands on. We know for a fact that Meizu plans to host two press events this month, the first date is confirmed already, and the second one seems to be accurate as well.
That being said, earlier today, we've seen both of these devices leak side by side in a real life image. Interestingly enough, the M3 Note seems quite a bit bigger than the PRO 6 on that image, and it was supposed the be the other way around. Either way, we'll have to wait until the two devices get announced to see what's what, because that leak sure is weird. Anyhow, the company has just released a new teaser image (first image in the gallery) on social media with the 'Meet mBattery. The revolutionary new way to power the Meizu m3 note'. Now, as you can see, there are 6 AA batteries included on that image, and each of them is colored differently. Meizu, of course, did not explain what was this all about, and they won't because this is the company's way of celebrating April 1st, also known as 'Fools Day'. That is not all, however, a rather similar image to Meizu's official one surfaced in China recently as well (second image in the gallery). The leaked image not only shows off the mBattery, as does the official one, but also reveals the pricing for the 16GB variant of the Meizu M3 Note. According to this info, the Meizu M3 Note (16GB) will be priced at 1,499 Yuan ($232) in China, and that info is almost certainly false as well considering it's predecessors was priced at $130 in China at launch.
According to the recently surfaced M3 Note AnTuTu benchmark, this handset will sport a fullHD display up front, though we still don't know what size will that panel be. The M2 Note sported a 5.5-inch panel, so we thought the M3 Note will as well, but judging by the recently leaked real life image of this handset, the phone might actually be quite a bit bigger than that. The device will ship in 2GB and 3GB RAM variants, which will include 16GB and 32GB of internal storage, respectively. This phone will be fueled by MediaTek's Helio P10 64-bit octa-core processor, and two SIM card slots will be available here as well. Flyme UI will come pre-installed on top of Google's Android OS, and a 13-megapixel snapper will be placed on the back of this phone.