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The much talked about Meizu M3 Max was recently launched and boasts outstanding specifications, but there is the absence of Helio P20 processor and stylus as listed by GeekBench.
In the listing, the phone was tested through core-testing, and the smartphone amassed 785 points in single-core test and a whopping 3041 points in the multi-core test.
Based on the outstanding specifications of the metal M3 Max, the screen is a 6” FHD display 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution, coupled with an Helio P10 clocked at 1.8GHz.
The device has a thickness of 7.9mm and the memory capacity measures 3GB RAM with 64GB of internal storage. In terms of camera, there is 13MP rear camera Sony IMX258 with PDAF and dual LED flash, while the front camera for selfies and videos has a 5MP sensor.
There is also a dual SIM with 4G, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS/A-GPS, WiFi (direct & hotspot) 802.11 and Micro USB Port. Furthermore, is the presence of fingerprint, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, VoLTE, IR blaster and compass.
It is expected to run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. Accompanied with a heavy 4100mAh battery is a fast charge, and the battery has been speculated to give you 9 hours of on-screen time and comes with a price tag of $255 equivalent to 1699 Yuan.
The M3 Max comes in a white pack that slides out to reveal a blue box with the phone’s name etched in silver. The packaging looks attractive and is sure to gain attention.
After opening the top of the box, the large display phone reveals itself. The colour represented is a champagne gold variant with white front bezels.
The design embraced by UMi is a common trend power button and volume rocker on the right which seems to be a bit fat as it sits atop.
Other accessories in the box include a 24W fast charge, USB Type-C cord, and a SIM ejection tool, along with some paperwork.
Meizu M3 Max comes in three colour options (grey, silver, and rose gold).