Meizu M3 Max: review of a smartphone for lovers of large displays, in metal and with good autonomy
This year, Meizu has stamped devices into a full-fledged lineup, along the way not forgetting to play in the segment where it was not previously seen. The tablet niche is a debut for the company. The first impression of the Meizu M3 Max is that all means are good in the fight for a large image area with a stylish design and moderate dimensions. And now the time has come to draw a conclusion to whom this model is oriented.
This is a large 6-inch phablet, which is unlikely to fit into the pockets of average jeans. Holders of large limbs will be able to work with him with one hand, but the rest will have to involve the second hand. The display has a good margin of brightness and contrast, the colors are not oversaturated and the viewing angles are maximum. It did not cause any complaints and an excellent oleophobic coating. In terms of hardware, we have a leisurely smartphone. There is an abundance of memory, but the power of the very clumsy Helio P10 is clearly not enough. The rear camera in the Meizu M3 Max is set to the “shoots and it’s already good” level. The sensor loves light, but in conditions of its deficiency, it produces pictures with poor sharpness and an abundance of digital noise. In terms of autonomy, a huge smartphone is doing well. Not long-lived, but stamina lasts for a long time.