The Chinese consumer electronics company, Meizu recently launched its Meizu m3 Note in a release event organized in China.
The first flash sale of the new Meizu phablet was held by the company yesterday. The company has proudly announced the massive success of Meizu m3 Note in the terms of sales figures.
According to Meizu, the first flash sale of the device resulted in 100,000 units of m3 Note being sold in a matter of a mere seven minutes.
That is, in fact, a pretty extraordinary figure especially considering the fact that Meizu sold over 20 million units in 2015.
Tech analysts have hailed the features and specs of the latest Meizu offering as the reason for its popularity.
Some other sources have also cited the nominal starting price of 799 Yuan which is equivalent to $124 only.
The specs of Meizu m3 Note are quite extraordinary and $124 seems a trivial price for the features that this phablet offers.
Meizu will soon be conducting another flash sale for those who missed the first one. Thus, the Meizu fans interested in purchasing the handset would be able to get their hands on this device on 18 April, when the second flash sale will go live.
As far as the specs of Meizu m3 Note are concerned, it will feature a 5.5-inches full HD display. The handset will be powered by MediaTek Helio P10 processor and it will run on Flyme operating system v5.1 out of the box.
For storage, Meizu m3 Note will feature two variants including 2GB of RAM with 16GB internal storage and a 3GB RAM with 32GB internal storage model on board.
In terms of camera, the smartphone will pack in 13MP back camera along with 5MP front-facing selfie snapper. The handset will also feature a fingerprint sensor and will sport 4100 mAh battery backup.