Meizu M3X: unboxing a beautiful midranger without an astronomical price tag
Meizu M3X is another creation from Meizu focused on the Chinese market. It has a lot of glass and our copy is deep blue. The smartphone looks solid, but is it enough for a purchase? How the device turned out and whether it is worth paying attention to, we will try to figure it out.
Initially, let's look at the case - the smartphone looks very good. It organically combines metal and glass, so it looks more like top-end solutions. If you are a fan of cases where everything shimmers and shines, then you will definitely like the Meizu M3X. But the presence of a cover is an actual and necessary thing to protect against scratches and greasy stains from fingers that instantly cover the case. In terms of sound, we are far from an audiophile mobile phone and it lacks volume reserve, but our hero sounds clean. All buyers will receive Chinese firmware, and in order for a usable version to come out, knowledge of the English language is needed, at least at the school level or reflash it, but then the number of potential glitches in the system may increase. Photographic wonders from the Meizu M3X are definitely not worth waiting for. In practice, a good choice for those who want a decent camera at a moderate price tag.