Meizu E3 is coming with an 18:9 display & dual camera setup for 2,299 Yuan
Meizu is a company that has launched some really good phones recently. Last year, the company launched the Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus, which were interesting phones considering a secondary display on the rear. The company is expected to announce the Meizu E3 soon, which, as the name indicates, is going to be the successor of the Meizu E2 of last year. The E2 was a good mid-range phone os last year, and the E3 is going to be the same. Today, the official press renders of E3 have leaked along with the price tag for the Chinese market.
The phone has all the hardware feature you would like to have on a 2018’s mid-rangers like an 18:9 display with minimal bezels and dual rear cameras. The Meizu E3 features a side facing fingerprint scanner, something that Meizu has started adding to its phone recently.
There is also a Blue color variant of the phone that has a red power button.
And not to forget the gold variant.
Lastly, the price for the Chinese market is going to be 2,299 Yuan or $360. Considering this price tag, we are expecting to see a good mid-range chipset. There is no information about the specifications yet so stay tuned.