iPhone look-alike Meizu M3 Note costs ₹9,999, packs all day battery
Meizu M3 Note’s metal body and huge 4,100 mAh battery have garnered quite an anticipation
Meizu has launched its M3 Note smartphone in India at ₹9,999. The phone will be sold on Amazon via flash sales starting May 31.
Introducing all the features of #m3note #LongLastingBeauty pic.twitter.com/MJptL3BXXX— MEIZU India (@Meizu_India) May 11, 2016
Sporting a 5.5-inch HD 2.5D curved glass display, the focus is clearly on good looks and performance. Launched last month in China, the phone's metal body and huge 4,100 mAh battery have garnered quite an anticipation.
But the phone isn't just about elegant design, it also packs a the powerful Helio P10 octa core processor, 3GB of RAM and 32 GB internal storage (expandable by 128 GB via an SD card).
The Android Lollipop running smartphone packs a fingerprint sensor in the home button under the screen and shoots pictures in 13 MP resolution.
The phone runs the Fylme OS, a version of Android created by the company for optimising storage and some unique features that let you navigate the phone with just one button instead of the standard three on Android.
Meizu also announced their plans to launch an exclusive service centre in Select City Walk in Delhi.
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