Although it may not be as exciting as Oppo’s Find 5 or ZTE’s Nubia Z5, the Meizu MX2 is still one of the coolest Android smartphones to come out from someone other than the well-established names in the industry.
Meizu MX2 goes official: 4.4-inch gapless display, 1.6 GHz quad-core chip and Jelly Bean for just $400
Huawei, Xiaomi and ZTE have all announced or teased quite the beasts lately and it’s now Meizu’s turn to be in the spotlight. In fact, Meizu has been in the center of attention for a couple of weeks already, ever since the first details about the MX2 phone have emerged.
Meizu MX2: Everything you need to know before the launch
Though it’s still not a name to be reckoned with in the global smartphone world, Meizu sure knows how to build the hype around its flagship devices. The MX2 phone is to be unveiled on November 27, but until then we have plenty of things to keep us warm and excited.
Meizu MX2 will start at just $417 for a 16GB version?
Although the Meizu MX2 doesn't launch until November 17th in Beijing, we already seem know quite a bit about the upcoming smartphone. Not only is it believed to have quad-core power under the hood, we now have a new leak that suggests the MX2 will start at just 2599 yuan,or about $417, for the 16GB version.
Meizu MX2 pictured ahead of November 27 media event
Meizu is about to release yet another iPhone-like-ish Android handset, the MX2, which has its own special media event set for November 27. And it looks like the Chinese Android handset maker is not afraid to show some MX2 skin with less than two weeks to go until the announcement.
Meizu MX2 coming on November 13 with quad-core Exynos CPU, 2 GB of RAM and up to 64 GB of storage
While many big-time Western-based smartphone manufacturers are simply struggling to survive, the smaller Chinese companies are growing and growing. And not just in the low-range budget-friendly niche, but also in the high-end sector, where Huawei, Oppo and Xiaomi have made quite the splashes lately.
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