Meizu recently announced the M3 Max, a mid-range smartphone with a large 6” display, as well as an equally big battery with a 4100mAh battery on board. The device is similar to the Meizu M3E that was announced just last month, featuring a premium metal unibody design and a pretty affordable price tag of only 1,699 Yuan – that’s about RM1,040.
First up, as mentioned before, the M3 Max features a metal unibody design that looks similar to a lot of premium smartphones we see today. According to Meizu, the “metal body of the M3 Max is manufactured using cutting edge-technologies such as double CNC highlighting and nano-injection moulding to ensure smooth design and high durability”.
Beneath its 6” Full HD display is an octa-core MediaTek Helio P10 chipset paired with 3GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage that is expandable via a microSD slot. The back packs a 13MP f/2.2 camera that uses Sony CMOS sensor and dual LED for “stunning photos under all lighting conditions”, while the front features a 5MP f/2.0 selfie camera.
Other features include fingerprint sensor, 4G LTE connectivity, dual-SIM, and a generous 4100mAh built-in battery that supports mCharge fast charging technology that can give 45% of charge in just 30 minutes.
Available in four colours – gray, silver, rose gold and gold, the Meizu M3 Max will go on sale in China on 12 September 2016 for a retail price of 1,699 Yuan.