Meizu MX4 Could Become the First Smartphone To Feature 20.7MP Sensor from Sony

By Prarthito

    You won't get to hear much about Meizu since it isn't that big a name in the Indian smartphone market. However, the previously released MX3 smartphone is the one the company made a mark with. And it seems like big news is incoming ahead of the upcoming MX4 handset from the company.

    According to a host of reports that are flowing in regarding the same, the next Meizu flagship, the MX4 could feature a much more powerful 20.7 mega-pixel rear camera. And if the MX3 is to be taken as a benchmark for the same, then the MX4 is going to be the real deal.

    Meizu MX4 Could Feature 20.7MP Camera Sensor from Sony


    With speculations and leaks regarding the new Meizu smartphone rising with each day, other rumors have claimed that Mediatek will provide its MT6596 big.LITTLE processor with LTE for the new Meizu phone.

    "This is thought to be partly true, but the chip won't be in the MX4 but rather the Meizu MX3S. It's not clear is this will just be an updated version of the current MX3 or not, although this would mean Meizu could offer a rather classy phone at a low price," states

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    But the big news here lies in the suggestion that Meizu will be the first company to offer a smartphone with a Sony 20.7 mega-pixel rear camera.

    As of now, the MX3 uses a Sony-made 8 mega-pixel sensor, "and this update would be a rather large and welcome one. The front camera will also be a Sony sensor rated at 8 mega-pixel."

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    Currently, the upcoming Meizu handset could release as early as next month, in September. However, more details are to be unearthed for the same.

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