Chinese website CNBeta claims that Meizu is working on the successor to its recently launched flagship MX4 phone. One of the editors has published a blog post that reveals specs of this upcoming mobile. According to CNBeta, the next Meizu phone would be labeled as MX4 Pro. This device houses 4 GB of RAM. It features a 13.0 megapixels front camera.
Revamped MX4 will go on sale in 16, 32 and 64 GB internal storage space options.
This Meizu beast supports TD-SCDMA (Chinese cellular network), WiFi, GSM, Bluetooth, WCDMA, GSM, FDD + 4G LTE connectivity. Its Exynos 5430 Octa-core processor has an average 2.4 GHz and a max 5.0 GHz clock speed. Meizu MX4 Pro features a fingerprint sensor.
It is stuffed with 20.0+ MP rear sensor with an f1.8 lens. This phone gets the same 5.2 inches display as its predecessor but it is set to a much higher resolution of 2502 x 1536 pixels.
The screen is expected to be made from a scratch resistant glass material. This Chinese smartphone is 7.3 mm thick, 2.9 inches wide and 5.7 inches long. It is loaded with Flyme 4.0.
To make sure that Meizu fans get good multimedia experience, this upcoming flagship device is installed with a multi-core graphics processor. If launched, this phone should be priced within 350 to 410 dollars (under 24600 in India). It will rival Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Sony Xperia Z3, IUNI U3 and HTC One M8.
Update: MX4 Pro was a phone with a very high Antutu score. It was considered among the most powerful mobile device in 2014. Meizu has launched its newer and better version in the form of the MX5. Meizu Mx5 is one of the best Mediatek phones. Its cameras and screen clarity will stun you. 2 good alternatives to it are the Xiaomi Mi 4i and OnePlus One.