Chinese phone manufacturer Meizu unveiled their quad-core processor smartphone last year the Meizu MX. The company officially released the new smartphone to the retail shelves of China and Hong Kong with a new name "Meizu MX 4-core” in June 2012.
Now it seems the company has come up with the successor of the same device in Beijing recently – Meizu MX2. In China market, the three models of the new smartphone are available roughly for ¥2,499 (16GB), ¥2,999 (32GB), ¥3,999 (64GB), which falls to approximately Rs 22,000, Rs 26,000 and Rs 35,000 respectively in India pricing quote.
Meizu MX2 runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS with Meizu’s own Flyme 2.0 UI on top of it, sporting a 4.4-inch WXGA display with 1280 X 800 pixels of resolution, powered by the 1.6GHz MX5S processor with four 32nm Cortex-A9 CPU cores, 2GB of RAM to keep things running, an 8 megapixel camera with BSI sensor to take 9 frames per sec in drive mode, a front camera to record 720p videos, 16GB/32GB/64GB onboard storage, Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11 Wi-Fi b/g/n, access to Google Play Store, a whole host of the Google services and an 1800mAh battery to power everything.
Many tech experts are comparing the new Meizu MX2 handset to the likes of Android heavyweights including Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5. It can be logically assumed that, with Meizu's plans to release the MX2 smartphones only in China, they are clearly producing first-rate hardware at this point, and if they find success in China, they may in the future be encouraged to release their handsets across the globe.