Exactly a week from today, Meizu will be holding a conference. The invitation to the event which holds a metallic key already hints that the device to be launched is going to be clad in metal.
China’s Sina tech has now been able to confirm that the device is called the Meizu M3S. So, the phone won’t be called as the Meizu M3 Metal like we previously speculated. The M3S is said to feature a 5″ HD screen, powered by a MediaTek MT6750 Octa-Core process clocked at 1.5GHz. It’ll come in two RAM and ROM variants, viz.: 2GB RAM + 16GB ROM, and a 3GB RAM version with 32GB of built-in storage. Both versions will support SD card slots, feature 13MP rear cameras and 5MP front facing cameras, fingerprint scanners, and also be available in a variety of colors.
However, there’s no information regarding what version of Android it’ll launch with seeing that the M3 Note and M3 both arrived with Android 5.1 with no mention of an update yet.
The Meizu M3S is expected to be priced at 799 Yuan ($121) and 899 Yuan ($136) for the 2GB RAM and 3GB RAM versions respectively. [source]