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Meizu's M3s makes its way to India for just under $120

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Meizu's M3s makes its way to India for just under $120
There's no shortage of budget smartphones to be had in 2016. Companies like OnePlus, Blu, Honor, Alcatel, ZTE, and others have proved to us that they know a thing or two about how to create a very compelling smartphone package for not a lot of money. Meizu has been no stranger to the budget smartphone arena, and in an attempt to make one of their hottest handsets even more widely available, the company has officially launched their M3s in India.

Previously only available in China, the Meizu M3s features a rather attractive full metal construction that features a 360-degree sand blasting. Gold, silver, and grey color options are available for the Indian market, and although the design isn't particularly revolutionary, it does look quite attractive - especially for a phone in this price range.


The front of the phone is mostly taken up by a 5-inch 720p HD display, and a MediaTek octa-core MT6750 processor keeps things moving along at a fairly snappy pace. A 13MP rear and 5MP front-facing camera help to keep your shots looking crisp, and a rather large 3,020 mAh battery ensures that you won't need to always be on the hunt for a charging cable.

Meizu's M3s runs Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box and is being offered in India in two variants - one with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage and another with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The model with 2GB of RAM has a list price of ₹7,999 (~$120) and the 3GB of RAM version bumps the price up to ₹9,299 (~$140). The M3s is available exclusively through Snapdeal in India, and although it isn't the most exciting phone in the whole world, that's still a lot being offered here for not a lot of money.

via Android Authority

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