Posted on December 28th, 2011 in Alibaba Aliyun, Aliyun, Aliyun W700, Android, Android 4.0, Android handset, Coolpad, coolpad magview II, Huawei, lenovo, Meizu, Meizu M9, Meizu MX, OPPO, Smartphone, Windows Phone 7, Xiaomi, Xiaomi M1, Xiaomi phone, ZTE
For the past several months, Chinese smartphone makers have introduced a lot of great smartphones for people who could not afford an iPhone. These Chinese branded smartphones are pretty good in providing enthusiast-class performance on a budget and we are going to give you a quick run down of their features. You will definitely fall in love with one of them.
Here’s the Meizu MX, the successor to one of the most popular Android handsets in China, the M9. So, here’s our complete unboxing and hands-on impressions on this “Designed in China, Made in China” Android smartphone. Read on to see how it takes on the iPhone 4S, Galaxy Nexus and Xiaomi!
Straight after the leaked shots this morning, Meizu has unveiled its next flagship Meizu MX smartphone, which comes earlier than what they originally promised. But anyway, we are glad to see the unveil of it, and we managed to compare the machine against two other popular smartphones — Xiaomi Phone and iPhone 4S. We are looking forward to see your thoughts.
Meizu, a Chinese electronics manufacturer who has a history of “borrowing” design ideas from Apple, has already opened a chain of retail stores in China after making huge profits on selling the M8 (first-gen iPhone clone) and the M9. Today, the company is ready to open its first store outside mainland China, and that’s in Hong Kong! It might go head-to-head with Apple’s flagship store in Hong Kong! And MX is coming very soon!!!
Had about 10+ emails asking us for some comparison between Meizu MX and other top smartphones these days, so we figured out we would spend some time to collect the results of tests that are done by Chinese tech sites who have got their hands on the Meizu MX.
With Google set to release the Android 4.0 source code, there will be a mad rush from ODM’s like Huawei, Meizu, and other second tier companies to produce devices for the global market. Today, Meizu CEO Jack Wong quietly mentioned on his forum that the Meizu M9 and the upcoming Meizu MX will get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.