Exclusive design smartphone Meizu M3 Note

Recently Chinese market has unveiled Meizu M3 note. A  5.5” smartphone, with high-end features like a finger print scanner, 13 MP camera and 1920 x 1080 FDH display are the general feature of Meizu M3 Note. This flagship device goes all out, promising high-end smartphone features like a metal body, a big display, above average performance, a competent camera, and superb battery life.

Design of Meizu M3 Note

With a body made of 6000 series aluminum alloy, the Meizu M3 Note is the very first all-metal m-series smartphone. It has come up with the exclusive design quite similar to that of iPhone 6. The Meizu M3 Note is sturdy and good-looking, but also slightly bulky. At 5.75 oz (163 g), it carries a fair bit of heft, and with its 0.32in (8.2mm) thickness, the handset looks unabashedly plump next to the skinny smartphones of today.


The front of this Note is dominated by a 5.5-inch Full HD display with 1080×1920 pixels resolution and a 2.5D curved glass design to enhance its look. This device is very easy to hold and use for its balanced proportions. We also like how the camera on the back is flush with the body, and the antenna lines are incorporated in an aesthetically pleasant way.It has a home button below the display and has key and fingerprint sensor. The fingerprint scanner is very fast and accurate, but like the power and volume keys to the right, the Home button feels a bit soft and wobbly.

It has 5mpxl selfie camera. You can spot the primary camera in the center of the body along with a dual-LED flash.The power button are on right, Sim card and microSD card slot are on left. The audio jack of 3.5mm is on top. And the charging point is at the bottom, accompanied by speakers.

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