To survive in the fierce competition of Chinese mobile market, the phone makers in China are trying to imitate everything from Apple. We have attended Meizu MX2 launch party in Beijing, which was considered to be another equivalent to Apple’s keynote event. Previously, we remembered CNN has mentioned that Meizu was formerly the coveted smartphone brand in China, but that mantle has passed on to Xiaomi which — like Apple — masterfully markets its technology like a lifestyle. But now we believe Meizu has strike back, which proved they can host a better Apple keynote knockoff in China. After having a preview video of Meizu MX2, we’ve made another video to take you through the magnificent Meizu MX2 launch event inside Beijing WaterCube. Meanwhile, we will look at Meizu MX2 in more details and how Meizu gives Xiaomi a big punch.
Meizu has announced that they are releasing refurbished models of the dual core Meizu MX and the older M9 model. The refurbished MEIZU MX 16GB will be available at 1999 yuan (US$313), and the M9 8GB will sell as low as 1299 yuan (US$204). MEIZU Certified RE devices are refurbished versions of MEIZU smartphones recalled within 15 days of purchase. They are given new IMEI and serial numbers, and have no difference in functionality compared to brand new devices. All refurbished models will come with a full 12 month warranty and will also be eligible for the upcoming Meizu Flyme ROM (Meizu’s customized Android UI) …
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