The Meizu M3 Max is finally ready after months of waiting. The standard Meizu M3 was launched with LTE and Octa-core processor. Another variant was soon listed on TENAA and then the M3S was announced. We were also introduced to the M3 Note even earlier and the M3E only last month. Now that OEMs are revealing larger smartphones aka phablets, Meizu wants to join by releasing the M3 Max.
Meizu wants us to “Dream Bigger” and suggests that with the Meizu M3 Max, we can do just that. This smartphone is ideal for the business people and professionals with its huge 6-inch display, Full HD resolution, 3GB RAM, 6GB onboard storage (expandable to 128GB), 1.8GHz octa-core processor, ARM Mali-T860 GPU, 13MP rear camera (with SONY IMX258 sensor and PDAF), 5MP front-facing selfie cam, fingerprint sensor, and a large 4100mAh battery. This device also boasts of a 24W mCharge fast charging technology plus the Flyme business functions that include multi-window mode, guest mode, call note, and fingerprint encryption among others.
The 7.9mm thin Meizu M3 MAX’s screen takes advantage of LTPS technology (Low Temperature Poly-silicon) which allows for a higher luminance, quicker response time, and lower power consumption. There’s also an eye protection mode for a better and more comfortable reading at night or in low brightness condition.
You can choose from these four color options: Blue, Rose Gold, Silver, and Gray. Price tag reads $255.