Meizu is one of those China-based manufacturers trying to get a piece of the global smartphone market, and with the aggressiveness typical of these Chinese companies, it’s no surprise that Meizu’s flagship offerings have
Meizu is scheduled to launch a new smartphone after this week. We’re anticipating for the MX6 which was recently sighted on Geekbench. The site shows some 4GB RAM and a deca-core 1.39GHz Helio X20 processor powering the the
Chinese OEM Meizu recently introduced the new M3S variant. Obviously, it’s an updated Meizu M3 which was only launched last April as a budget phone with octa-core processor and LTE connectivity. The current M3 is the lighter
Meizu has always been known as one of the more popular Chinese OEMs but we bet you didn’t know or maybe forgot that it has other product offerings aside from smartphones. Perhaps we’re too focused on mobile devices but
Chinese gadget manufacturer Meizu seems to have a thing with the month of April, it’s when they have launched most of their smartphones. This year, we’ve seen the Meizu Pro 6 and the Meizu M3 Note launched this month. But
The Meizu PRO 6 was finally made official just the other day after several leaks and even a teaser by the CEO himself. It’s definitely not the iPhone 7 and Meizu exec Zhang Huang made sure we know that after all the rumors.
Meizu has finally unveiled the new PRO 6. We’ve seen early images and it has been spotted on GFXBench already. The gold-white variant that surfaced earlier were followed up by an official teaser posted by Meizu’s CEO.
Meizu, another one of those aggressive Chinese device manufacturers with ambitions to take over the world it seems, is very likely to unveil its new smartphone – the Meizu Pro 6 – in the next few days. And from an unlikely
Photos of the gold-white Meizu Pro 6 variant were leaked just last week and a few days after it was spotted on a GFXBench database. Even the OEM’s VP showed off a photo of the smartphone online just to end a claim that a
Even though you might be looking for a budget smartphone, it doesn’t mean that you won’t be able to find quality devices that look better than what they’re actually priced. Chinese brands in particular are very good at