Meizu unveiled the newest mid-ranged phablet, the Meizu M3 Max
The next phablet of Meizu was eagerly anticipated by the users especially after the teasers about the device. The waiting stops here, because the Chinese OEM finally presented the Meizu M3 Max. It is a 6-inched mid-ranger with a sleek design and more than a few features to impress you. There is a Home button on the front panel to make the navigation easier for users and the whole panel of the phone is made of metal.
The display of the M3 Max is IPS with 6-inches at diagonal and Full HD resolution. In terms of OS, the phablet runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow customized by the Flyme UI running on top of it. There is an octa-core processor tucked under the good of phone with MediaTek Helio P10 chipset. The included amount of RAM in the device is 3GB.
Cameras, battery and connectivity
The primary camera that we find on the back of the device has a Sony IMX258 sensor with 13MP resolution and 0.2 second focus. The modest secondary camera is positioned on the front side and comes with 5MP resolution.
One of the extra features of the Meixu M3 Max is the fingerprint sensor working with mTouch 2.1 tech. It has the capabilities to unlock the M3 Max for up to 0.2 seconds and supports payments via WeChat and Alipay. The battery of the new phablet is with 4100mAh. It supports LTE connectivity. The price of the new phone of Meizu is $254 off-contract. It is landing on the markets in four color variations – rose gold, gray, gold and silver.