Meizu and Xiaomi are two popular Chinese Android OEMs that are known to provide some extremely powerful handsets at dirt cheap prices. Proving this statement true again today is the Meizu MX2, which was officially unveiled by Meizu today.
The Meizu MX2 packs in a 1.6GHz Exynos 4 Quad processor (same as the one in Galaxy Note 2), 2GB of RAM, ARM-Mali 400MP GPU and a 4.4-inch “gapless” display with 1280*800 resolution and an efficient “New Mode 2” technology. The handset will come in three different storage options – 16, 32 and 64GB.
At the back of the MX2 is an 8MP F/2.4 BSI camera accompanied by an LED flash, and a 2MP snapper in the front. Other features include an MHL port, dual-mics for noise cancellation, S/PDIF audio out, Bluetooth 4.0 and a non-removable 1800mAh battery.
The MX2 will be running on a non-identifiable version of Android – Flyme 2.0 – which includes more than 3400+ enhancements from the Chinese OEM. The handset goes on sale in China from mid-December with the 16GB variant costing ¥2,499 ($400)m while the 32 and 64GB variant costing ¥2,999 and ¥3,999, respectively.
Via – Engadget