Chinese smartphone maker Meizu announced its latest device, the large-screen M3 Max, a sibling for the M3E targeted at young professionals.
The vendor highlighted the “upgraded battery, large screen and storage, and Flyme business functions”.
M3 Max has a 6-inch full HD display, 4100mAh battery with fast charging, 3GB of RAM and 64GB of ROM (with expansion slot).
Business functions highlighted were fingerprint encryption, call note, multi-window mode and guest mode. Meizu noted that the fingerprint reader can also be used with payment services from Alipay and WeChat.
The device is powered by an octacore MediaTek processor. It has a 13MP rear and 5MP front camera.
“With its powerful features, we are confident that M3 Max will be well received by customers,” said Li Nan, VP of Meizu.
M3 Max will be available in grey, silver, gold, rose gold and blue for $255.