Meizu has officially announced today their latest flagship, the MEIZU MX Quad Core smartphone that runs on Android v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box.
The Meizu MX Quad core is the first smartphone to be powered by the latest, and more powerful, Exynos A9 quad core processor. This new processor is based on a 32nm HKMG or High-K Metal Gate technology that reduces power consumption by 20% compared to other processors.
According to its press release, the Meizu MX Quad Core is 60% faster in terms of CPU performance and 50% faster in GPU performance, compared to the previous Meizu MX smartphone.
The Meizu MX Quad Core features a 4-inch ASV display at 292 pixel per inch ratio. No visible pixels on the screen can be seen by the naked eye.
At the back of the smartphone is an 8 megapixel BSI camera with a big f/2.2 lense aperture size. This is great for taking photos even in low light conditions.
Like the HTC smartphone with its HTC Sense 4 UI, the Meizu MX Quad Core will also have its unique operating system look, called the Flyme OS. The Flyme OS is based on Android 4.0 ICS. Check out the Meizu MX quad core specs below.
Meizu MX Quad Core Specifications
Operating System: Android v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich-customized Flyme OS
User Interface: Flyme OS
Processor: Exynos (Cortex) A9 Quad Core processor
Display: 4-inch ASV display at 960×640
Camera: 8 megapixel BSI camera
Internal Storage: 32GB/64GB
External Storage: none
Note: Other specifications is more or less the same with Meizu MX.
The MEIZU MX Quad Core release date is expected to be this coming June 2012. Below are the Meizu MX Quad Core prices.
Meizu MX Quad Core 32GB
China – ¥2,999 (US$480)
Hongkong – HK$3,099 (US$400)
Meizu MX Quad Core 64GB
China – ¥3,999 (US$635)
Hongkong – HK$4,099 (US$530)