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Meizu announces MX Quad-core with Exynos processor

Meizu announces MX Quad-core with Exynos processor

Just five months after the Meizu MX became official, it's getting the quad-core processor that the Chinese superphone was rumored to get in the first place. But this time there's a surprise: the MX Quad-core is using Samsung's Exynos A9 architecture for its system-on-a-chip, something that should make performance junkies ecstatic even without a given clock speed. Meizu announced the new phone today with a planned release in June, claiming a 60% increase in processor performance and a 50% jump in GPU performance over the previous version.

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Meizu MX Review

Meizu MX Review

While the Meizu electronics brand isn't that well known outside of China at the moment, they're certainly a brand to be reckoned with in the smartphone market, and if the Meizu MX is any indication, they'll be a whole lot more well known in the very near future. The device you see before you is a high-end Android device made for release in China only, but because of its 2G and 3G network bands, we're able to use it here in the USA with a micro SIM card from T-Mobile or AT&T, whichever we so choose to pop in. Because of this, the review of this device makes for a rather interesting exercise in testing Meizu on a global scale: can this MX smartphone stand up to the rest of the Android devices here in the USA?

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OPPO Find 3 Android smartphone official, looks to best China’s Meizu and Xiaomi

OPPO Find 3 Android smartphone official, looks to best China’s Meizu and Xiaomi

The lovely amalgamation of metal, glass, and silicon you're about to witness is no less than the newest effort from a group you may never have heard of before if you live outside of China: this is the OPPO Find 3. This device is made to compete in the ever-expanding world of oddly enticing China mainland-based smartphones where the Meizu MX and Xiaomi M1 currently hold sway (if you don't consider the iPhone, of course). This device is a 4-inch, dual-core chip toting Android device running its own unique user interface over the front of Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

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Meizu MX smartphone launches to long lines in China and Hong Kong

Meizu MX smartphone launches to long lines in China and Hong Kong

Early in December 2011, we talked about a new smartphone that would be launching in China called the Meizu MX. The smartphone runs the Android OS, and it has an Exynos processor that is paired with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. The screen on the smartphone is a 4-inch unit with a resolution of 960 x 640. The smartphone created a nice bit of excitement in China when it was announced, and the device has now launched.

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Meizu MX quad-core edition Android coming in May 2012

Meizu MX quad-core edition Android coming in May 2012

It's just been confirmed in the official Meizu forums by Meizu CEO J. Wong that they'd be producing their second big release with the Meizu MX name in 2012: a quad-core version of the handset! This is more than exciting for those of us who've yet to even get our hands on the first version released in Hong Kong late this year, this device running the greatest version of Android out there: Meizu's fully custom interface!

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Meizu MX smartphone official: Pentaband HSPA+ and 1.4GHz dualcore

Meizu MX smartphone official: Pentaband HSPA+ and 1.4GHz dualcore

Chinese electronics manufacturer Meizu has finally unveiled its next flagship Meizu MX smartphone, though it's not quite the speed-demon we were originally expecting. A dual-core version running a 1.4GHz Samsung Exynos 4210 chip will arrive before the previously-spotted quad-core version, the faster model not expected to arrive until next year, going on sale in China on New Year's Day. What does MX stand for? There's actually a special reason for such a naming convention, since it actually borrows first two letters from the Chinese characters for the word “dream,” or “meng xiang”. And that's most likely what Meizu hopes it will be; China's dream phone of the year.

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Meizu MX may be first quad-core Android phone

Meizu MX may be first quad-core Android phone

Meizu may soon be launching the very first Android smartphone to feature a quad-core processor. This powerful handset is rumored for a late September launch and will arrive in two versions, one with 16GB internal storage and a dual-core processor and another with 32GB storage an the quad-core processor.

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