Another heavy-weight phone at 175 grams - same as Xiaomi Redmi Note 4. The Meizu m3 Note was only 163 grams and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is only 164 grams. All have roughly 4000 mAh batteries so why are the newer editions of these two phones 10 grams heavier?? Ideally, a 5.5 inch phone should be under 160 grams for comfortable holding over extended periods as in reading an e-book for example. OK, 10 grams isn't much difference but I see a worrying trend here. If newer phones are getting heavier every year, are we going to be stuck with nothing but 200+ gram phones in a year or two?
it is M3E+ with larger battery and USB Type-C and newer android. but the main feature for new generation is missing: Chipset!
If it is better than m3 note in these specs :
It is good. It it has these specs
And it is a better choice to upgrade from m3 note to m5 note. Costs 899yuan
Anonymous, 05 Dec 2016All mediatek Chipsets are bad. Exynos is best for battery life. Exynos make a smartphone to be very expensive
Flipp, 26 Nov 2016X10 is a disaster when it comes to power efficiency. P10 is better for battery life. All mediatek Chipsets are bad. Exynos is best for battery life.
Still using P10 for primary phones? No way could this m5 note sound interesting,at least a P20. Come on!
parshuthakur, 26 Nov 2016MTK X10 is much better than P10, but still manufacturer still using P10.X10 is a disaster when it comes to power efficiency. P10 is better for battery life.