Since Meizu launched the E2 in April last year it was expected that the company will soon unveil the handset’s successor. We’ve seen multiple leaks related to the unannounced Meizu E3 already. The leaked images suggest that it’s going to have a metal unibody build and a dual camera.
Meizu has now started sending out invites for a press event on March 6 where it’s going to unveil the E3. The invite also hints at the possibility that the company might launch two different variants of the Meizu E3.
Meizu E3 launch
The E3 will be a mid-range device much like its predecessor, the Meizu E2, which featured a MediaTek Helio P20 processor with up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. It also has a 5.5-inch Full HD LCD display, a 3,400mAh battery, an 8-megapixel front as well as a 13-megapixel rear camera.
Meizu often sends invites in an unorthodox manner which is one of the invites for an “E3 G” is a small frying pan. Smartphones and frying pans don’t go together unless you’re looking to wreck your device. Also, what does the “G” in the moniker stand for? Gourmet? Some suggest that it could be related to gaming.
The second invite Meizu is sending out makes more sense, it looks like a camera lens and features the “E3 P” moniker possibly highlighting its photography chops. Even though the two separate invites hint at the possibility of there being two separate variants, it’s not going to be out of the ordinary if one variant were to offer both improved gaming and photography features.
We might see more leaks about the Meizu E3 in the days leading up to the launch on March 6, so keep checking back for more.