Keeping in mind the success in developing markets like India, Meizu has now forayed into similar markets like Nepal.
Meizu has announced its entry into the Nepal market with the launch of the Meizu m3 Note and the Meizu m3s smartphones. The Meizu m3 Note has a 5.5 inch full HD display whereas the Meizu m3s has a 5 inch HD display. Both the smartphones have an mTouch fingerprint scanner embedded in the Home button.
Both the Meizu m3 Note and the Meizu m3s smartphones sport a massive 13 MP rear facing camera and run on the Flyme OS based on Android Lollipop version. The Meizu m3 Note is priced at NRs. 24995 (approx. Rs. 15620) whereas the Meizu m3s is priced at NRs. 21495 (approx. Rs. 13430).
Speaking about the launch, Leon Zhang, Meizu Marketing Head, South Asia, said, “It has been an exciting journey for us so far in Nepal. The response we received in last one year from our Nepal fans is heartwarming, and we further brace up ourselves to bring our global products to Nepal. The new M3 note & M3s are pertinent choice for all smartphone lovers in Nepal, who always look for a seamless user experience along with stunning looks of devices. These new smartphones are backed by a robust Flyme OS which ensures to fulfil all such expectations of consumers.”