Tag Archives: Meizu MX

The Meizu MX, A Chinese Android Phone Worth Taking A Look At

  Editors Note: This is a cross-posted review I did over on TmoNews, hence the TmoNews watermarks. As a penta-band device, it’s ready for both AT&T, T-Mobile and every other GSM carrier in the US. As such, this phone is a great look at what’s going outside the US in the Android world and a look at one of the most powerful Android phones… Read more

Meizu opens Beta testing for M9 Ice Cream Sandwich update

On Tuesday, Meizu officially unveiled a Beta testing program for its M9 handset. The company has yet to release a final date for when the device will be officially upgraded, but the Beta test is a good start. The Beta test will be made available for customers based in China, but as well as customers outside of the region. However, for customers outside of… Read more

Meizu MX launch brings long lines of Meizu fans to China

So we announced earlier this month that the Meizu MX would be launched on the first of the year. Looks like the Chinese Android smartphone did fall into consumer hands today in the land of the Forbidden City. The dual-core smartphone has incited a mass influx of hungry consumers into queues all over the country. To avoid the chaotic mess of last  year in… Read more

Meizu MX quad-core smartphone comes May 2012

When Meizu announced its dual-core MX phone earlier, they made it clear that a quad-core variant would be hitting retailers next year. Well, today, Jack Wong (Chairman at Meizu) announced that it will probably come in May. We don’t have any other information at this point in the game other than the fact that that it will come with all the UI enhancements… Read more

Meizu MX to launch 01/01/2012

The dual-core procession keeps getting longer. Joining the line with a sleek two-tone design is the Meizu MX. The dual-core (Samsung Exynos 4210 1.4GHz), noise cancelling, 4-inch display-totin’ smartphone hits mainland China starting at ¥2,999 ($470). Other notable specifications: 1GB of LPDDR2 RAM, pentaband 3G with HSPA+, and support for FLAC for all… Read more