At long last, Meizu has unveiled its new model which has been named the MX4 in Beijing and it is exactly what we would have expected to see thus far. The Meizu MX4 sports a handy 5.36 inch full HD 1080p (1920X1152, and a whopping 418 ppi) of display. While that may be an odd sized at a 15:9 ratio, it is a powerful little device that is powered by MediaTeka MT6895 octa core processing system that utilizes the big LITTLE architect features that have 4 ARM Cortex of A17 processors and 4 Cortex of A7 processors. It boats 2 GB of RAM included in the device that covers all of your basic multi tasking requirements as well as 16, or a 32 or a 64GB of internal storage dependent upon the version that you buy. There is a 3100mAH non removable battery as well as a PowerVR Series 6 GPU which per Meizu and it’s said to be 88 percent more powerful than a GPU in the earlier model.
Meizu also states that its processor is 87 percent better than the previous one and the flash memory is also said to be better and faster. They boast a 200 percent faster camera with 20.7 megapixels from Sony. It has a new dualtone and a dual LED flash that is located on the back of the machine. It is said to be capable of recording 4K video. There’s a 5 megapixel shooter that is located up front. The typical sensors are also included here as well. It comes with Android 4.4.4 already installed as well as its own Flyme 4.0 05 that is on top. Meizu also states that the android run time is active the moment you power up. This is a great thing for those who don’t want to wait. China manufactuer revamped its Flyme OS and it is way better than ever before. The UI is flatter now and they have redesigned everything. They also redesigned over 1,000 of the third party application icons. 100 third party notifications and well over 500 popular sites in in icons. The OS has a more reliable security system per Meizu and some additional features as well as a voice assistant and a reading center that has recommended articles.
With over 40TB of cloud storage you’ll have plenty of room. It has the first 4G smartphone as well as supporting China Mobile and China Unicomes 4G networking system. It’s also backward compatible with both 3G and 2G bands available. At present they will alter the bands for the various markets. The Wi Fi goes well and the MX4 will support the various positioning systems that are required for the set up.
The Meizu MX4 comes in a variety of colors including gray, white as well as gold and is slated to be available in 16GB, as well as 32 and 64GB variants. The 16GB version is set at $325 or 199 yuan and the more expensive 64GN version is set at $390 or 2399 yuan. these prices are very affordable and it will launch quickly due to its appeal to the customers. Their website will begin taking orders today and it will be available as of September 20th of this year.