Official : Meizu E3 to launch on March 21


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It was earlier reported that Meizu will be holding a launch event in China on March 7th where the Meizu E3 was likely to be unveiled, a new report that has just emanated from China, however, suggest otherwise.

Meizu via a Weibo post has finally confirmed a new unveiling date for the Meizu E3. According to the Weibo post, the company will be holding the Meizu E3 launch event at the National Convention Center in Beijing on March 21 at about 9:30 PM local time. Meizu says the estimated price of the upcoming device would certainly be about 2000 +.

In one of its March 21 launch teasers on Weibo, the Chinse phone maker left a link to which fans can see the documentary movie “The Rocking Sky” that was released in 2015. It shows the War of Resistance against Japan during the Anti-Japanese War that took place between 1937 and 1945. Meizu reportedly secured the copyright of the movie and it is, therefore, giving fans the chance to see the film free of charge on March 8. Whatever connection the Rocking Sky documentary has with the upcoming Meizu E3 remains unknown.

Just a few days back, the device passed through the TENAA certifications hurdles where two of its variants – the Meizu E3 – M851Q and M851M were revealed with the only difference been in the supported networks.

Going by the recent revelations from TENNA coupled with previous leaks, the Meizu E3 is expected to feature a 5.99-inch  full-HD+ display with an 18:9 aspect ratio and would be powered by the MediaTek Helio P70 chipset coupled with 4GB or 6GB RAM choice, as well as 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB storage options.

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Notably, the Meizu E3 will come with a side-mounted fingerprint reader and the Super mBack pressure-sensitive button like the Meizu 6S that was unveiled recently.

Official specs and availability details will be made known on the unveiling date until then, stay on Gizchina for more news on the Meizu E3’s launch.

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