Meizu is a company that is big in China: it made huge strides in sales in the last two years in particular, and while its phones are available in a very limited amount in Europe (and are not officially sold in the United States), it makes some great phones sold at extremely affordable prices.
Now, one of its most popular affordable devices: the 5.5" Meizu m2 Note is about to get a successor: the Meizu m3 Note will be officially unveiled on April 6th, the same date as the Huawei P9.
Expectations are that it will build up on the successful foundation of the m2 Note with the same size, 5.5" display with a 1080 x 1920-pixel resolution, probably a fingerprint scanner, and the powerful MediaTek Helio P10 system chip. It should come in two storage sizes: 16GB and 32GB, and we expect both to come with the option for a microSD card for expandable storage.
Just recently, a leaked document out of China revealed the full plans for Meizu's new launches in 2016. Take a look right below.