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Meizu M3 Max Full Review, A 6" Smartphone For Under $280?

Things are starting to get very interesting in the world of smartphones. No, I am not talking about the very high-end, which is dominated by Apple, Samsung and LG - I am talking about the middle ground. There are millions of people who want many of the features of the high-end phones, but don't have $700-$800 to spend. To see what features, tech and design you could get for less than half the price of a flagship Samsung or Apple we decided to test out the Meizu M3 Max.
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