AnTuTu lists Meizu M3 Note specs

AnTuTu lists Meizu M3 Note specs

The popular benchmarking software solution AnTuTu has listed, perhaps accidentally, the tech specs of the upcoming Meizu M3 Note smartphone. Of course, the information here is by no means official but as always it will give us an idea what the M3 Note will come with.

According to AnTuTu the Meizu M3 Note smartphone will be available in at least two versions – with 2 GB of RAM or 3 GB of RAM and with 16 GB or 32 GB of internal memory. The device will be powered by a MediaTek Helio P10 (MTK MT6755M) processor but sadly there’s no information on the display of the device; chances are the M3 Note will come with a 5.5-inch display at Full HD resolution. In the back the smartphone will have a 13 MP rear camera, while the front camera will offer 5 MP of sensitivity. In addition the smartphone will run the somewhat old Android 5.1 Lollipop mobile OS when it arrives in the upcoming weeks.

The expected price of the Meizu M3 Note is around USD 150.


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