Live images of the Meizu E3 surface
Meizu announced the launch of the M6s a few weeks ago, and the company is set to go a step further, as it lines up another device, the Meizu E3. What appears to be live images of the device have surfaced, throwing light on a decently-built smartphone with a modern design.
The Meizu M6s, for all its perks, is still a budget device. The E3, however, will be a mid-range offering by the Chinese company, and will come with a price tag that reflects that. Going by the leaked images, the device will feature an 18:9 display, with slim bezels. Not as slim as those on the Meizu 15 Plus, however, but decent enough for the current market. It features vertically aligned dual rear cameras, and also adopts the side-mounted fingerprint sensor which we first saw on the M6s.
Meizu's E-series is said to be a step higher than the M-series on the Meizu pyramid, so prices will undoubtedly be higher. The E3, for example, is expected to retail for over $300. Not a bad price tag, all things considered, but one that, perhaps, doesn't offer as much value for money as the M6 Note that was released last year, or the new M6s. The device could also be a return to MediaTek form for Meizu, as it could be powered by the new Helio P70.
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