Last October 2011, Meizu, a Chinese phone manufacturer, released its flagship smartphone Meizu MX. The MX is a dual core Android smartphone with powerful specs and a reasonable price. More importantly, they also revealed that a quad core version of the phone would be available in the near future.
On April 16, 2012, Meizu finally announced the quad core phone’s availability. Meizu MX Quad-Core will be launched in mainland China and Hong Kong by June 2012.
Comparing the dual core and the quad core versions, they possess identical appearances. The main difference is on the inside. The quad core MX runs with an Exynos A9 processor produced by Samsung at 32 nm.
Meizu MX Quad-Core comes with a 292 PPI high definition ASV display. It has an 8 megapixel BSI camera with an f/2.2 lens aperture, which is great in capturing high quality images even in low light conditions. The phone will run with MEIZU’s unique Flyme OS which is based on Android 4.0. The quad core smartphone will come out in two models: 32GB and 64GB.
For the full specifications of Meizu MX Quad-Core, click here.