Meizu M3S: review of the budget version of Meizu M3 in a metal case and with a fingerprint scanner
On the wave of confrontation, two companies rolled out two interesting solutions Xiaomi Redmi 3S and Meizu M3S with an interval of one day. As the name implies, both manufacturers have tried to improve the basic versions. Today we are figuring out whether the Meizu M3S differs from plastic consumer goods and how it can please in addition to its stylish appearance.
In terms of design, there is nothing to complain about for a beginner. In appearance, he repeats the more expensive devices of the company and the resemblance to the flagships has not harmed any state employees. However, the design and design is a matter of taste, but the build quality is beyond praise. There is 2.5D glass on the front surface, and under it is not a bad IPS matrix. But at certain angles, the picture turns yellow, which clearly indicates the budgetary nature of the display. There is an oleophobic coating, and the finger glides easily. The operation of the mTouch 2.1 button completely satisfied, where the response speed of the fingerprint scanner is no better, but no worse than its counterparts. Pictures at 13 megapixels of the main camera in the daytime do not cause serious complaints, but in low light conditions the result is predictably poor. However, almost all matrices from the price category where our hero enters behave in a similar way.