Meizu MX Quad-core with Android 4.0 ICS coming in June (PR)
Meizu is one company that kept its hype going since the beginning. With the launch of their new Meizu MX Quad Core the company is yet again trying to prove that it is not behind when it comes to staying up to date. Called the MX Quad-core, this new device will be powered by a Cortex-A9-based, 32nm HKMG (High-K Metal Gate) quad-core Samsung Exynos chip, which supposedly clocks in at 1.5 GHz.
Meizu claims the battery life is 20% better compared to the dual core MX, also the upgraded 1700 mAh battery probably plays a major role in that aspect. Other specs include a 4-inch 960 x 640 ASV display, an 8 MP BSI camera. 32GB for ¥2,999 (US$480, INR 25,000) in China and HK$3,099 (US$400, INR 20,000) in Hong Kong; 64GB version priced at ¥3,999 (US$635, INR 32,000) and HK$4,099 (US$530, INR 26,500)), respectively.
The price of the Original Meizu MX has been reduced starting today.
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MEIZU officially announces the new MEIZU MX Quad-core
HONG KONG – April 16, 2012 – MEIZU today announces the brand new MEIZU MX Quad-core smartphone to be available in June this year. Among many surprises, the MEIZU MX Quad-core is the first smartphone in the world to use the brand new and powerful Exynos A9 quad-core processor.
The MX Quad-core uses a power efficient quad-core Exynos A9 CPU with industry-leading 32 nm HKMG technology which has been optimized to reduce CPU power consumption by up to 20%. In addition, it will last even longer with a new 1700mAh battery.
With its state-of-the art hardware, the MEIZU MX Quad-core is better in every way than its predecessor. The MEIZU MX Quad-core CPU is 60% faster, and GPU 50% faster compared to the previous MX. Whether it is browsing through menus, playing the latest games, or watching 1080p video, the MX Quad-core easily beats dual-core devices.
MX Quad-core comes with a vivid 292 PPI high definition ASV display. With no visible pixels on the screen, it provides the user with the ideal smartphone viewing experience. On the back side, the MX Quad-core has an 8 megapixel BSI camera with an f/2.2 lens aperture, capable of taking great photos even in low light conditions. The MX Quad-core will come with MEIZU’s unique Flyme OS based on Android 4.0, providing users with beauty, simplicity and buttery smooth performance at every interaction.
The MEIZU MX Quad-core will be available in MEIZU’s 400 retail stores during June at ¥2999/3999 CNY and $3099/4099 HKD for capacities 32GB and 64GB in Mainland China and Hong Kong, respectively. With MX Quad-core, the company also releases MX back covers in five colors in addition to the original white, allowing users to experience the MX on their own terms. Coinciding with the announcement of MEIZU MX Quad-core, the MEIZU MX will have its price adjusted to ¥2399 CNY and $2599 HKD in Mainland China and Hong Kong respectively. The reduced price for the MEIZU MX is effective as of April 16, 2012.