Today in Beijing, MEIZU presented a new compact metal VoLTE-smartphone with support for two SIM-cards: MEIZU M3s Mini, which it positions as the successor of the MEIZU M2 Mini model.
Combining all the advantages of MEIZU smartphones at an affordable price from the 'M' line, the novelty received a compact metal case, productive filling, a fingerprint scanner and a capacious battery that offers long-term autonomous operation of the device from one charge.
Both slots support work with Russian 4G networks and VoLTE technology (not yet relevant in Russia), and instead of the second SIM card, you can insert a MicroSD memory card up to 128GB. Unlike MEIZU M3, which was released a month earlier only for the Chinese market in a polycarbonate case, MEIZU M3s Mini is produced specifically for foreign markets, including Russia, and has an all-metal case, similar in design to last year's flagships of the company, such as MEIZU MX5 or MEIZU PRO 5.
MEIZU M3s Mini is equipped with a 5-inch HD display, scratch-resistant 2.5D tempered glass, an eight-core 1.5 GHz processor MediaTek MT6750 (Cortex A53), 2 GB or 3 GB of LPDDR3 RAM, 16 GB or 32GB of internal storage, as well as a MicroUSB port supporting OTG and USB HOST.
In addition, there is a place for a 13 MP camera with support Full HD video recording, 5 MP front camera, support for wireless technologies Bluetooth v4.0 LE and Wi-Fi 802.11 n / g / b / a (2.4 / 5GHz), 3020 mAh battery and mTouch 2.1 fingerprint reader.
The MEIZU M3s Mini smartphone powered by Android and its own FLYME shell will be available in four different body colors: dark gray, gold, silver and pink metallic. The start of sales of the smartphone in Russia is expected presumably in the second half of July. Information about the final cost of the smartphone in Russia and the start date of pre-orders will be provided a little later on the manufacturer's official website.