We have been using the Meizu M3e for a short amount of time thanks to Tekpone Davao. Read on for our unboxing and the review.
Meizu M3e Unboxing
Along with the phone itself, you can find the basic necessities to every phone inside the box. Namely the SIM Toolkit, manuals, charging brick, and a USB cable. You can check out our unboxing video below.
Meizu M3e Review
- Dimensions: 153.6 x 75.8 x 7.9 mm (6.05 x 2.98 x 0.31 in)
- Weight: 172 g (6.07 oz)
- Display: 5.5-inch, 1920×1080 resolution
- CPU: Helio P10 MT6755M octa-core processor 1.8 Ghz
- GPU: Mali-T860MP2
- RAM: 3 GB
- Storage: 32 GB (expandable up to 256 GB via microSD)
- Rear Camera: 13 MP, f/2.2
- Front Camera: 5 MP, f/2.0
- Battery: 3100 mAh
- OS: Flyme OS 5.2.1 (modified Android 5.1 Lollipop)
The Meizu M3e looks aesthetically good with its simplistic and clean design. It has a metal unibody. You can only find one button below (no back and recent apps key). That is because you tap the home button to go back and hold it to go to the home screen. The device comes in 5 colors; Blue, Gold, Gray, Pink, and Silver.
The performance was okay, showing decent scores on Antutu Benchmark and PC Mark (Work 2.0).
Surprisingly, the battery doesn’t drain so fast so its 3100 mAh battery can really go a long way, that is if you’re not a heavy power-user.
The front camera takes great selfies. The rear camera takes great photos, showing sharp colors. I do, however, find it lacking in low light as well as taking night photos.
It also features some very useful camera modes such as the Gif maker and QR scanner.
It is also equipped with a fingerprint scanner located on the home button. It scans fast and can register up to 10 fingerprints. It also supports dual SIM but the slot is hybrid, so you won’t be able to use a microSD card if you’re using dual SIM cards.