Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Meizu m3 goes official: new chipset but same $92 price

Meizu has quite recently declared the successor to its entrance level m2 cell phone. The new Meizu m3 conveys a ton of the characteristics of the current model, including the $92 base cost, while offering a couple of minor overhauls.

Meizu m3 goes official: new chipset but same $92 price

One of those is the chipset, a Mediatek MT6750 with an octa-center Cortex-A53 CPU (4x1.5GHz, 4x1.0) replaces the MT6735 with an a large portion of the centers. There are two forms, the base one with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of implicit stockpiling, and a higher-specced one with 3GB/32GB. There's a microSD space for development in any case.

The polycarbonate body still holds a 5-inch 720p presentation, yet the impression is insignificantly expanded, liable to suit one of http://anjatekno.blogspot.com/ the progressions - the m3 has 2.5D glass on its front. At 141.5 x 69.5 x 8.3mm, it's somewhat more slender however, and still packs in a bigger 2,870mAh battery (2,500mAh in the m2).

The essential camera is the same 13MP unit with a f/2.2 gap and stage discovery self-adjust. On the front you get a 5MP f/2.0 shooter, just the same old thing new here either.

On account of the new chipset, you likewise get LTE over various groups - what in China is by all accounts called Full netcom support. There's the required Bluetooth, GPS and Wi-Fi a/b/g/n network, yet no Wi-Fi air conditioning.

Accessible in various new hues, the m3 can be had in China for CNY 599 (2GB/16GB rendition), while the main 3GB/32GB adaptation goes for CNY 799 ($123). Worldwide accessibility is unrealistic to happen over authority channels however, so importing one where you are will unavoidably put a premium on those numbers.

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