The low price makes sense because Meizu M3 is part of the company's entry-level lineup, though the latest iteration comes with superior specs as compared to most low-end Android smartphones.
First of all, the device sports a decent 5-inch capacitive touchscreen display that supports HD (720p) resolution. Meizu M3 features a plastic body, but it looks very stylish for an “entry-level” device.
One of the highlights of the handset is the storage inside, which belongs to Samsung and is called eMMC 5.1. It allows for double random write speed compared to previous the eMMC 5.0 chipset, so your smartphone will feel faster most of the time.
"13MP camera with phase-detection AF, no fingerprint sensor"
Another strong point of the Meizu M3 is the 13-megapixel camera on the rear, which features phase detection autofocus, dual-tone LED flash, and video recording, while on the front there's a secondary 5-megapixel camera for selfies and video calls.
Meizu M3 is powered by an octa-core MediaTek MT6750 processor, coupled with either 2GB RAM and 16GB storage or 3GB RAM and 32GB storage. Depending on the model, you will have to pay more or less for the Meizu M3.
The Chinese company has yet to mention which version of Android runs inside the M3, but we're hoping for MIUI based on Marshmallow. It's also worth mentioning the M3 comes with microSD card slot for memory expansion. Last but not least, Meizu M3 sports most connectivity options like 4G TD_LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS with AGPS support, and an average 2,870 mAh battery that should keep the lights on for at least two days of standard use. So if you have gotten the Meizu M3, why not use the comment box and tell us your experience or what the device is like thank you.