The month of April is turning out to be quite a delight for the chinese customers as two of the smartphone companies Huawei and Meizu have rolled out the launch dates for there latest smartphones in April itself. The image of the Meizu M3 was leaked just in the first week of April showing that the phone is made out of metal and has a 5.5 inch screen.
What’s up with smartphone companies rolling out such big handsets anyway? The Chinese company has been trying to set a permanent foot in the international market since the last two years and since India being the neighbor and one of the largest smartphone using county in the world, we have online sales for these smartphones.
The Meizu M2 note and the M3 note aren’t said to be much different if looking at the features list though some deign changes and a chipset change has made it somewhat next generation phone from its predecessor. We can say nothing on the dimensions and weight of the product except that it’s been said to come out with a 5.5 inch screen. The note will come with a IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen and about 401 ppi pixel density, which is not that good according to the size of the phone.
The phone also lacks on the OS version and will be launched on the previously running Android 5.1 (Lollipop). The processor side is where the company has made it interesting by putting out a Helio X10 MediaTek MT6795 processor complimenting a 2GB and 3GB RAM respectively. The storage space will vary in two different models considerably 16 GB and 32GB, the price is expected to be around INR 8000 for the lower storage variant and around INR 10000 for the higher end variant, this is a general price spectrum new companies are going with and we can easily find some coupons at Flipkart to get some extra discount.
Middle class people are looking for bigger and better working smartphones and that’s where this device fits perfectly. Being bigger in price and smaller in price, and considerable processor it can gain some popularity considering the crowd goes with a not so old company. The battery end has been improved and taken on to 3500mAh, quite a stand by which will give.
Besides all the other factors an overall review would say that the phone lacks in the OS side but compensates for that in the processor side, the 13 MP rear and 5 MP front camera is something that puts the phone in good standings alongside the camera you get a LCD flash for night pictures. Other than these features there is nothing excited about the soon to be launched phone, but a 10000 Rs phone packed up with a 3GB RAM is something quite right for the price, and what more you can even go to coupon sites like EBay and get some extra discount, so all in all the phone has the capability to attract people looking for phone under the 10000 budget.