Meizu launches the M3 Max with Flyme OS 5.2 in China
A new device has just been launched from the stables of Meizu and with this one being named the M3 Max, it is definitely no slouch. First, it brings itself out with a bang by running under the influence of one of the fastest processors out there – the MediaTek Helio P10 and uses an octa core CPU which is clocked at an operational frequency of 1.8GHz.
That is not all because to finish what we can see at a glance, there is the massive 6 inch display that is as appealing as another thing on the smartphone.
As regards other details of the innards, there is a 3GB RAM coupled to the internal storage space of 64GB and to keep the lights on, there is a 4100mAh battery which also has the fast charge support built into it. As per camera units, the back is adorned with one rated at 13MP while the front houses a 5MP snapper. Inside the home button in the front is the fingerprint sensor.
Running the Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box, there is also the custom Flyme OS 5.2 and there is support for a hybrid dual SIM plus 4G VoLTE. To round off the news, you can pick up a piece in colour options of either Champagne Gold, Silver, Grey or Rose Gold for RMB 1699 in China.
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