What is fraught with a new screenshot Meizu M3 Note?

What is fraught with a new screenshot Meizu M3 Note?

Meizu has confirmed that the event scheduled for April 6, and it is likely that we can expect that the smartphone Meizu M3 Note will be launched at the event. Now, the Meizu CEO, Huang has published a new screenshot of the upcoming M3 Note, which states that the smartphone will come with dual SIM standby.

Meizu have not had any particularly major releases this year. The only new smartphone that we have seen from the company, was a stand with Meizu Pro 5 Ubuntu Edition. However, the company plans to release a number of devices in 2016, and the heads of Meizu does not skimp on the details of their upcoming smartphones.

What is fraught with a new screenshot Meizu M3 Note?

Meizu has confirmed that the event scheduled for April 6, and it is likely that we can expect that the smartphone Meizu M3 Note will be launched at the event. Now, the Meizu CEO, Huang has published a new screenshot of the upcoming M3 Note, which states that the smartphone will come with dual SIM standby.

In the past few months, we have seen that CEOs play a very important role in revealing the features of their upcoming devices. As you remember, CEO Xiaomi, Lei Jun has published screenshots of Mi 5 and revealed some information about your phone. So it seems, has become a trend among corporate executives.

We already know about the specifications of the device through the AnTuTu listing. Meizu M3 Note will come with the chipset MediaTek Helio P10, 2 GB RAM and 16 GB of disk space. The company will present a variation with 3 GB of RAM and 32 internal storage.

The back panel of the smartphone will adorn the 13-megapixel shooter, a 5-megapixel shooter will be located on the front of the smartphone. Unfortunately, the AnTuTu shows that the smartphone will run on Android 5.1 Lollipop. But even if the company will release a smartphone with a Lollipop, Marshmallow upgrade to take place soon after the release.

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