Meizu just confirmed the event that will be held on April 6, to announce the all new Meizu M3 Note. By releasing the event invitation, the company hinted that it will drop the polycarbonate (aka plastic) material in order to give the M3 Note a more elegant and better-built body, as all its competitors have done. Maybe this means the end of Meizu Metal, as there is no point in having two devices with almost the same specs.
The device configuration is already known and it consists of a MediaTek MT6755M eight-core processor (Helio P10, GPU for the Mali-T860), 2GB/16GB and 3GB/32GB versions, 1080p 5.5″ display and 13MP/5MP rear and front camera combination. The device will run on Android 5.1 with an mBack home button with fingerprint sensor support and 3,500mAh battery.