The Meizu M3E reaches 3 million registrations and climbing in China
After the unveiling of the latest device in the M-series by Meizu yesterday, the M3E of which we brought you some nice images, the phone has started to get a lot of positive feedback as it is reported to have gained more than 3 million registrations since launch. Looking at the build of the phone, it follows in the footsteps of its predecessors by having a great build and nice specs for a very affordable price and this is the major driving force behind the success of the device.
The massive figure in registrations was recorded in China only and with people still having the chance to make more registrations before the 13th of August, we are bound to see even more people get in line to have one of these for themselves.
Starting at the equivalent of $196 (CNY 1299), the 5.5 inches’ smartphone which has a screen resolution of 1080p packs 3GB of RAM and merges that with an internal storage memory of 32GB. Its front is adorned by a 5MP shooter and on the back is a 13MP snapper coupled with a LED flash.
Powered by a battery of 3100mAh, the smartphone is expected to run the Android Lollipop 5.1 which would be based on Meizu’s Flyme 5.2.1.
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