Meizu m3 note lands in India for $150

Himanshu, 11 May, 2016

A month after it went on sale in China, the m3 note from Meizu has landed in India, making it the first country outside of China where the device has been officially made available. The handset is listed on Amazon India for INR 9,999, which translates into $150 at current exchange rates.

What's worth noting, however, is that the phone is not immediately available for purchase - the listing reveals that the first flash sale is scheduled for May 31, with registrations opening later today. Also keep in mind that the Chinese company has brought the 3GB/32GB variant to India.

The m3 note's first flash sale in China saw the company selling 100,000 units in the first 7 minutes.

Via | Amazon


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