Meizu E3 shows off a blue variant ahead of its release date

Meizu E3

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A lot of speculation has been going around concerning the release of the brand new Meizu E3. The phone is expected to release on 6th March 2018 and Meizu has already sent out invites to its users and officials for the announcement of Meizu E3 which is a successor of last year’s E2. Now the smartphone has surfaced on TENAA in China with the model numbers M851M and M851Q. With less than twenty-four hours to its release, renders of the phone have surfaced on the internet. The information surfaced online shows that, the phone will come in two colors – Obsidian Black and Dark Blue. The dark blue model seems to have attracted all the attention towards itself because of its quirky composition.

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We all are, in a way, tired of seeing phones with the same old black, white and gold variations. Meizu is not a company to shy away from flashy and quirky colors and the Blue E3 is a proof of that indomitable urge of the company to stand out in the world market. Even though it is not the first ever blue phone, but what is distinct about this phone is the red power button. It stands out in the whole phone.

Meizu E3 Colors

Just a few millimeters below the red button is a groove which contains the fingerprint scanner. It also comes with a visible antenna which lies in a pale or a slightly shaded blue. It will come with a 5.99-inch FHD+ display with up to 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. It will be sporting dual camera with 12 MP and 20 MP and its selfie camera is of 8 MP. These cameras are designed for superior photography. It will be powered by a 1.8 GHz octa-core processor. To find out whether all of this is true or not, we will have to wait until tomorrow.

Via: Slashleaks

Meizu E3 shows off a blue variant ahead of its release date