Meizu has just revealed their newest device to the world, entitled the Meizu M3 Max. It's called 'Max' for a reason, the phone is rocking a 6" 1080p screen, placing it firmly into phablet territory. Meizu says they chose that size to make multi-window functionality and media consumption more usable, which is a very valid point.
The M3 Max is rocking a 4,100mAh battery to power that massive screen, much more than the capacity of recent flagship devices such as the Moto Z (2600mAh) and Galaxy Note 7 (3500mAh). The phone also features a fingerprint sensor up front, capable of storing up to five fingerprints for authentication. The rear camera is a 13MP affair with burst mode and dual LED flash, and the front camera is 5MP.
The phone is powered by the eight-core MediaTek Helio P10 CPU with ARM's Mali-T860 GPU. This phone actually has twice the amount of CPU cores as my gaming PC, but whether or not the extra cores will translate into real-world performance is anyone's guess. The M3 Max also has 3GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage (also available with 128GB of internal storage). Another interesting feature is mCharge, allowing for a peak charging rate of 24W. This is a massive step up from Qualcomm's QuickCharge 3.0 at a measly 18W.
The M3 Max is available in Champagne Gold, Silver, Gray, and Rose Gold. The price in China is RMB 1,699, roughly equivalent to $250 USD. The phone has already been made available in Europe and Asia, but Meizu has made no announcements of a North American release.
SEPTEMBER 5TH, 2016. Meizu, a global smartphone manufacturer, launches its newest device in its M series, named the M3 Max. The Meizu M3 Max is a beautifully crafted device with a large screen.
“The Meizu M3 Max was designed with all of consumers’ essential needs in mind. At 6-inch, it’s the ideal device to use multiple windows, for example to read through documents while video conferencing,” Li Nan, Vice President of Meizu, announced today. “Not only that, but the Meizu M3 Max has a storage capacity of 64GB, with room for an external microSD card, giving people an ample amount of space to store their data.”
A beautiful exterior that reflects the technology used to create it
The Meizu M3 Max has a metal body that has been carefully refined using cutting-edge technologies such as double CNC highlighting and nano-injection molding to ensure smooth design and high durability.
The Meizu M3 Max will be available in the following colors: gray, silver, champagne gold and rose gold.
Lengthy battery life
With the Meizu M3 Max, you can maximize the usage of your device as it comes with a battery capacity of 4,100mAh. This capacity translates to an impressive 10.2 hours of video playback and 17.2 hours of document editing. Thus, whatever you use the Meizu M3 Max for, you can be rest assured that the Meizu M3 Max will be able to keep up with you. The Meizu M3 Max also comes with mCharge, which has a peak power of up to 24W allowing you to quickly re-fuel your device.
Fast and efficient
The fast octa-core processor of the Meizu M3 Max with a peak frequency of up to 1.8GHz combines power and efficiency for all applications. The efficiency of the MediaTek Helio P10 ensures that you'll get through the weekend without a charger.
The bigger, the better
Despite its larger size, the Meizu M3 Max is still very easy to use with one hand, made possible by mBack. There’s no need to worry about accidentally touching the display while you are doing your work, as the edges are equipped with an anti-impact design.
A camera to capture your memories
The Meizu M3 Max comes with a 13-megapixel rear camera that uses Sony’s IMX258 CMOS sensor. For users who enjoy taking selfies, they can comfortably rely on the 5-megapixel camera on the front of the device.
Efficient and reliable way of unlocking your phone
The mTouch fingerprint sensor of the Meizu M3 Max delivers an efficient and safe method to unlock your phone. The response speed of the sensor is a mere 0.2 seconds.
Meizu is currently officially for sale in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Ukraine, United Kingdom and Vietnam.
Meizu is a global smartphone company that designs and produces smartphones created to provide a simple, intuitive mobile experience for people whose time is expected to be simply spent in using their devices, instead of figuring out the way of using them.
Meizu expanded into the smartphone market in 2008 and has been committed to developing reliable smartphones ever since. Based on a business philosophy and committed to pursuing perfection and long-term development, Meizu remains focusing on developing innovative and user-friendly smartphones for consumers.
Meizu phones are characterized by their light, comfortable design, premium sound quality, high-definition camera, and simple, elegant user interface, combining performance, ease of use and functionality with the durability needed to survive the human experience.