Meizu’s recently leaked roadmap shows us that it plans to launch seven devices this year and will start with the M3 Note next week. The event is set for April 6, but leaks of the device will surely not stop until the very last minute. Specs of the M3 Note seem to have leaked via the AnTuTu benchmark app.
The Meizu M3 Note is the successor of the M2 Note. In keeping up with its name, the display is rumoured to be a 5.5-inch 1080p LCD. Other specs we now know thanks to the AnTuTu benchmark are that the device will have a MediaTek 6755m processor supported by 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, as well as 5MP and 13MP cameras. The battery size is still unknown but we should expect a bigger one since Meizu’s CEO recently went on record stating that the phone will be slimmer and have a larger battery.
The device seems to be a mid-range device and definitely not a flagship release. There is another event schedule for the middle of the month that might just be the release of their flagship Pro 6. We’ll just have to wait and watch.