The Meizu MX Dual Core brings an additional HSPA+ Option to China
Have you heard of the cell phone maker Meizu? Well join the club, the company is not that well know but looking at their newest device maybe they should be. The company is based out of China and has developed some of the best multimedia players as well as some nicely designed phones that resemble designs that are very similar to existing devices. With a reputation for making variations of existing iPhones and other Android devices it looks as if they may be coming into their own. Check out the pictures of the new Meizu MX. This beautiful phone is an amazing new device that will become official…soon.
The Meizu MX is a very nice looking slate styled touch screen device that packs in all the best specs of the time. While the Meizu is slated to release its greatness upon China, it would be awesome if it ever made it stateside. While we wait, let’s gloat a bit. The Meizu MX sports a 4 inch touch screen and measures in at a mere 10.3 mm thin. With this super thin and lightweight build also packs in a slew of excellence. Internally the MX uses a 1.4 GHz dual core Samsung Exynos 4210 processor and is backed by 1GB of LPDDR2 RAM as well as 16GB of internal storage. Additionally a 32GB version is slated for a later release. Up front the Meizu MX packs in a VGA quality .3 mega pixel camera for all your video conferencing needs. Around back the MX sports an 8 mega pixel f/2.2 camera that can easily record video in 1080p at 30fps. The Meizu MX is an international traveler that has sports 3G connectivity that can pull in HSPA+ data speeds and will use micro SIM cards for connectivity to the GSM based carrier of your choice. The Meizu MX is set to ship with Android 2.3.5 with a promised Ice Cream Sandwich or 4.0 update set for the future. The Meizu customization of Android is set to be heavily modified and is being called the Flyme OS. Additional perks allow for support of many multimedia formats. The MX can easily handle AVI, MP4, MKV and FLAC audio files. Include a micro USB connection that will support S/PDIF output, as well as MHL. The Meizu MX will become available in China come January 1st for approximately ¥2,999 or $470 bucks. While the hardware seems like a perfect build you’ll notice a physical button wedged directly in between two soft keys that seemingly will give you one touch access to your phone and messaging services. Sounds good to me and looks even better.
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