Meizu has announced its new offering in the budget smartphone category in the form of the Meizu M3 Note. The device will be up against the likes of Redmi Note 3, the LeEco Le 1s and the Motorola Moto G in an attempt to make a dent in the Rs 10,000 category of devices. The Meizu M3 Note was launched back in China last month and will be going on sale in India exclusively with Amazon for a price of Rs 9,999 and is the successor to the M2 Note.
The phone comes with pretty much everything that you would expect from a modern day budget phone. On the front, you have a 5.5-inch 1080P display with a 2.5D glass, very similar to what we have seen on the likes of iPhone 6 or 6s. Just like the iPhone 6s or the Galaxy S7 the fingerprint scanner, called the mTouch 2.1 is present on the Home Button of the device. The Meizu M3 Note is powered by Helio P10 chipset and has 3GB of RAM onboard, along with 32GB of internal storage. You also have expansion slot present on the device using which you can insert a MicroSD card in order to expand the storage. The rear camera on the M3 Note is a 13MP sensor with f/2.2 aperture while the front facing camera is 4MP with f/2.0 sensor.
The device is made largely out of metal and therefore weighs slightly heavily at 163 grams. It comes with a pretty large 4100 mAh battery. You have the usual set of connectivities available including LTE, Bluetooth, GPS etc. The device will go on flash sale starting from May 31st, 2016 at 2PM.