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Meizu has unveiled a quad-core dream machine powered by Android 4.0. This smartphone, the Meizu MX, is powered by the Samsung Exynos A9 CPU and is scheduled for release in June 2012.
Specifications are suitably meaty for a phone of this caliber. The MX rocks a 292 PPI screen (still woefully under the 326 PPI of the iPhone 4/4S so burn, suckers) a 8-megapixel camera, 32 or 64GB storage options and Meizu’s own priority OS overlay, called “Flyme”.
Come June, the Meizu MX will release first in China for the acceptable price of US$315 (32GB) and US$475 (64GB) respectively.
Let’s get this out the way: Meizu’s MX looks almost exactly like the iPhone 4S. From the sleek lines ending off in perfect curves, to the earpiece on top, this phone is a Chinese knock-off of the iPhone 4S in an oh,so beautiful way. China is pretty much the home of KIRF (keeping it real fake) devices but the MX is pretty damn snazzy, so maybe we’ll let this one slide.
Read the press release and dream of a day when quad-core Android 4.0 phones are the norm.