Meizu has been focused on the handset you see sitting below, the MX3, it looks like the successor is already being discussed. The new handset is the Meizu MX4G and unlike the MX3 which brought focus on the 128GB of internal storage -- the MX4G appears to be all about the display. In this case, a 5.5-inch display at 2560 x 1536.
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Meizu MX3, for example, which is possibly the world's first smartphone to sport a large 128 GB internal storage.
we saw a press image of the Meizu MX3 leak, with it coming further claims of storage options up to 128GB and such. The handset has been officially unveiled, and with it comes confirmation of that high storage number, as well as other specs that all point towards a high-end, powerful handset.
Meizu MX3 leak. In the past we have seen some images as well as some details in terms of the specs. As of today however, we are seeing what is said to be the press images as well as some additional confirmation in terms of some of those earlier spec rumors. Specifically, this one addresses the internal storage.
Meizu MX3 smartphone a few months earlier. That spec leak also included some images of both the front and rear of the device, but there was still one important aspect that was missing -- an official announcement from Meizu. Well, it looks like that will be happening early next month.
Meizu MX2 went on sale for those in China last year. That model was a follow-up to the MX1 and keeping with the apparent naming tradition, it looks like details and images of the Meizu MX3 have surfaced. This isn't the first time talk of the MX3 has surfaced, however this is the first time we are seeing clear crisp images of the front and back.
Meizu are back with a brand new smartphone to take on the competition. Their first phone was pretty impressive and this time around they're aiming for the top spot in China. Just announced is the all new Meizu MX2 complete with pretty impressive specs and hardware all for a good price. This isn't just a Chinese knock-off smartphone either. It has all the makings of a top end device.
MX Quad-core announcement. But they want to make sure that owners of the older MX and M9 phones don't feel left out of the party. In a press release today, they stated that both phones will be getting the same version of Android 4.0 software as the MX Quad-core. Well, sort of: they're both getting "Flyme OS 1.0", Meizu's skinned version of Ice Cream Sandwich.
Meizu MX finally launched today in China and Hong Kong to great fanfare. Pre orders have been offered and strongly encouraged since December 15th in an effort to quell the very large crowds that waited to buy a M9 last year. Stores notified customers that had pre-ordered the phone, last month, to come in and pick them up. Crowds appeared outside the stores today nonetheless, though not as large in number as last year.