Meizu is tight-lipped on the device, but it has now emerged that the device will be unveiled at the Beijing National Convention Center on the said date.
The Meizu M3 Note is also the successor to the M2 Note which was launched in 2015.
It is also reported that the Chinese smartphone maker has a long line of devices like the Meizu M3, Metal 2, MX6 Mini, PRO 6 and PRO 6 Mini to be released this year.
It can be easily assumed that the Meizu M3 Note will likely be the first among the lot to hit the stores.
The Meizu M3 Note is expected to have different prices, depending on its memory space. The 16GB variant will come with a price tag of 799 Yuan (that’s around 25,000 naira) while the 32GB model is expected to sell for 999 Yuan (that’s roughly 31,000 naira).
With this pricing detail, the device will have to take on devices like Lenovo Vibe K4 Note and LeEco Le 1s which are already in the market.
The Meizu M3 Note is expected to come in capacitive touchscreen display that supports full HD (1080p) resolution.
Under the hood, the smartphone will be powered by a 2GHz octacore Mediatek Helio P10 processor which will be coupled with a Mali-T860MP2 graphics processing unit.
There will also be 2GB of RAM on the smartphone for a smooth multitasking experience for prospective users.
Just as mentioned, it will come with either 16GB or 32GB of internal memory and will likely have support for microSD.
Another strong point of the M3 Note could be the 3,200 mAh battery that’s rumored to power the mid-range Android smartphone.
For now, it’s not clear whether or not the Meizu M3 Note will ship with Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system onboard.