Meizu m3, making us wonder how its manufacturers find the money to survive in market. A $90 or so phone can’t possibly be a sound business investment.
M3 comes with a low-key polycarbonate construction, 2.5D front glass, relatively slim 8.3mm profile, and especially an octa-core MediaTek MT6750 processor, 2GB RAM as standard and 13 and 5MP cameras. Thanks to the new chipset, you also get LTE over a number of bands – what in China seems to be called Full netcom support. There’s the mandatory Bluetooth, GPS and Wi-Fi a/b/g/n connectivity, but no Wi-Fi ac.
It even comes in a 3 gig memory-packing configuration, with twice the 16GB entry-level storage space, at CNY 200 extra, for a grand total equating to roughly $125. Both models offer appropriate 5-inch 720p screens, plus 4G LTE connectivity, microSD support, 2,870 mAh battery capacity, and unfortunately, only Android 5.1 Lollipop goodies, with Flyme 5.1 add-ons in the mix.
If the Meizu m3 shipped with Marshmallow, our search for the perfect ultra-low-cost Android would be over. This way, there’s still an in for the third-generation Moto E. Particularly if the m3 stays exclusive to China, which is very likely, despite having all it needs to appeal to a global audience, color diversity included: blue, pink, gold, grey, white and black.
Originally written by kalpesh.
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