Earlier today Meizu confirmed the launch date and hinted at the material of the Meizu M3 Note in a new teaser.
Meizu released invitation and launch details today for the next generation Meizu Meilan phone, aka the Meizu M3 Note and with it also hinted at an all new build material for the range.
The teaser tells us that their launch date will be held on April 6th and show that polycarbonate may have been ditched in favour of an alloy chassis. The choice to move to metal is generally a welcome one, but in Meizu’s case it blurs the Meizu range a little and makes phone choice a little confusing after all isn’t the Meizu Metal meant to be the be an up class Meilan phone?
In other leaks we have learned the Meizu M3 Note will come with an 8-core Mediatek MT6755M chipset (a Helio P10 with Mali T860 GPU), a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 display, 5 mega-pixel front camera, 13 mega-pixel rear and options for either 2GB + 16GB memory or 3GB + 32GB memory.
Last but not least the M3 Note is expected to have a fingerprint scanner home button, larger 3500mAh battery and a still get a thinner body than previous phones.
In addition to the M3 Note, Meizu are also expected to launch a Meizu Pro 6 phone in the coming month too.