Meizu has officially announced the MX4 smartphone today, packing a relatively high end specs sheet. Sadly, there’s no 2K display here, so customers will have to make do with a 1080p panel instead. This is no surprise considering that 2K displays are still relatively new as far as the technology is concerned, so it will take time to become more streamline. But barring that, the Meizu MX4 packs a pretty solid specs sheet, including a high end MediaTek MT6595 octa core chipset, 2GB of RAM, 16, 32 or 64GB of storage and Android 4.4.4 KitKat.
The display of the Meizu MX4 is 5.36 inches in size, so it’s quite large compared to your conventional 1080p flagships. The device also has a 20.7-megapixel camera on the back, which is exactly the same as the one used on Sony’s Xperia Z1 and the Z2, so we can expect identical performance as we have seen on the Sony flagships. The sensor has a focusing speed of 0.3 seconds, allowing users to take snappy shots.
The 16, 32 and 64GB models of the smartphone are now available on pre order for the Chinese equivalent of $293, $325 and $390 respectively. The device will be sold in gold, grey and white models starting the 20th of September. Meizu hasn’t shared details on a global launch at the moment.
Source: Sina Tech – Translated
Via: Android Community