Meizu have unveiled what we expected them to unveil — the Meizu M3 Max. The phone, as it’s name very bluntly suggests, is designed to go against the likes of the Mi Max.
The Meizu M3 Max is yet another phone with a large screen and a rathe subdued set of internals inside it. What you need to know before getting into the thick of things is that it’s powered by a MediaTek Helio P10 processor, and has 3GB of RAM. Take a look at the full specs below.
Meizu M3 Max Specifications
- 6-inch 1920 x 1080p IPS display
- MediaTek Helio P10 processor
- 3GB RAM
- 64GB on-board storage (expandable by another 128GB)
- 13 mega-pixel rear camera with PDAF (Sony IMX 258)
- 5 mega-pixel front facing camera
- 4100mAh battery
- Dual hybrid SIM slot
- Android 6.0 Marshmallow powered Flyme OS 5.2
- Physical Home button with fingerprint sensor
- USB Type-C
As you can see from the specification set of the phone, there’s isn’t really anything special about this phone… but that’s been the trend with almost all ‘max’ phones, so you can’t really blame Meizu for it.
It is also surprising to note that there’s no 4GB RAM version of the device, which would’ve been a nice option to have. Anyway, where you do have a choice is the colors — it’ll go in Silver, Grey, Gold and Rose Gold, when it starts selling in China on the 13th of September for 1699 yuan or $254.