Unlike its bigger sibling, the M3 Note, the Meizu M3 didn't adopt a metal body, but features a fingerprint scanner on its home button, a commendable feat for an entry-level class device. On the hardware side of things, we have a 5-inch 720x1280 display, an octa-core MediaTek MT6750 SoC, 2 GB / 3 GB of RAM, and 16 GB / 32 GB of expandable internal memory. The M3's main camera is a 13 MP, phase detection AF-assisted shooter with a dual-tone flash. On the front, we have 5 megapixels. The phone carries a 2,870 mAh juicebox in its backpack to keep the lights on.
The Meizu M3 is most commonly compared with these phones:
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