Meizu MX Confirmed for China, Quad-Core in Tow

Yes, you read that right. We said quad-core. The Meizu MX has been made official for China, and despite the somewhat unknown name, the device looks pretty solid. It’s packing a 4.3-inch 640 x 960 display, an 8MP camera, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and an unknown version of Android (our best guess is Gingerbread). At 0.39 inches, it’s safe to say the MX will be on the thin side. The device will be available in either 16GB or 32GB varieties, with the 16GB rocking a dual-core ARM Cortex 9 processor, and the latter receiving a quad-core A9 CPU.

The clock speeds of said chips have yet to be announced, as well as a specific release date. At this point, we know the Meizu MX will be hitting China in late September, or possibly on October 1st (Chinese National Day). More on this as it develops.

So, do we have any readers in China that are excited about the Meizu MX? Anyone think quad-core processors are just too much? Drop a comment below!

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    September 19, 21:44 Reply

    It is not enouth

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