All the Chinese smartphone manufacturers have not been very popular in India. Meizu has been in India for a year, but it was not able to make its footprint stronger like Xiaomi etc. Recently Meizu has taken Indian market seriously and launched its one of the best product- Meizu M3 Note which was launched yesterday in New Delhi. It’s going to be a great mix of design and components, and all these things come at a very affordable price bracket- Rs. 9999.
Let’s have a look on the first impression of this gadget; we have hand checked this product-
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Like some other front runner smartphones in this price bracket, the m3 Note comes with a metal uni-body layout, although Meizu’s inspirations from the Apple iPhone are purely visible. Nevertheless, it looks and feels wonderful for something at simply 10,000 bucks. The aluminum create provides it a costs surface, and the general design really feels strong, yet just like its predecessor, the m2 Note. At 8.2 mm, it feels reasonably smooth and also fits well in the hand thanks to the curves create at the back.
The front has a 5.5-inch display as well as right above is the front camera, the ambient light sensor as well as the earpiece, lined up properly. Meizu does not provide conventional Android navigating keys, so there is just a home switch listed below the display which doubles as a finger print viewers.
Volume Keys and SIM & SD Card Slots
The ideal side homes the volume rocker and power/sleep buttons, all of which feel solid. On the left edge of this phone, A slot for the hybrid SIM is there, so you can either put two nano SIM cards or one nano-SIM card and one microSD card. The lower edge functions the microUSB port as well as grilles for the loudspeaker. At the back there is the 13MP cam with a dual-LED flash and the Meizu branding.
Meizu has maintained the very same 5.5-inch complete HD display which equates to 403 pixels per inch. It festinates as well as vibrant. We could not test it under the brilliant sunshine, yet it provides sufficient brightness, we think it needs to work quite decent also under the severe sun. Tones look great and also thanks to the peppy looking UI, they seem to bulge. Also, the response of the touch screen seemed liquid and also really did not show any lags. The panel seems pretty good and at par with other mobile phones selling at this rate.
Chipset, RAM, and Storage
The smartphone rocks MediaTek’s brand-new MT6755 Helio P10 chipset which has a powerful octa-core processor with four Cortex-A53 cores that helps to clock the whole system at 1.8 GHz and the other four at 1GHz. In regards to storage, there are two versions of the handset, a 16GB storage as well as 2GB RAM variant and a 32GB storage and 3GB RAM variation. However only the greater version has been made available with absolutely no official confirmation of the 16GB version with 2GB RAM. Many thanks to the hybrid SIM card slot and also one could set up a microSD card of around 128GB.
The m3 Note includes a 13MP powerful rear camera with a f/2.2 aperture lens, face detection and autofocus system and also a dual-tone LED flash. It sounds virtually like the in 2014’s phone which had a pretty good cam. The front has a 5MP snapper with a f/2.0 aperture lens as well as the ability to record 1080p video also. In our impressions we felt that it could shoot great looking selfies if you are firing in a well-lit setting.
With an aggressive plan Meizu has launched its device and this M3 Note has created its Buzz in the smartphone market and we are sure if anyone gets these kinds of specs at Rs. 9999, he or she could not resist it.