The Meizu M3 Max launched on Monday in Beijing is aimed at users that want a handset that’s good for business and entertainment.
The phone comes with Low Temperature Poly-silicon (LTPS) full HD 6-inch display. Thanks to fast charging technology, it’s battery gets charged up by 45% in just 30 minutes.
Also you no longer will have to worry about the security issue as the device comes with fingerprint scanner and ‘Guest mode’
Accommodating a 13 megapixel rear camera with a 5 megapixel of Front snapper, makes it even more attractive. The handset is powered by a 64-bit chip, there’s 3GB of RAM to turbo-charge multitasking and the device comes with 64GB of storage on board as standard-extendable by a further 128GB via memory card.
The M3 Max is available in gray, silver, gold, rose gold and blue and will cost from $255 when it goes on sale.