After the long wait, Meizu has finally unleashed its MX handset that is considered as the company’s next flagship handset come 2012.
The unit’s quad-core variant is expected to be unavailable until next year. However, it seems that you can start enjoying its dual core version, if you reside in Mainland China, that is. The Meizu MX has been set for official release in the Chinese market on the 1st of January 2012.
The device has a 4-inch display panel that can provide you with 960 x 640 ASV resolution, 16GB storage, 0.3 megapixel front-facing camera, 1GB of LPDDR2 RAM, and 1.4GHz Samsung Exynos 4210 dual core chip. The Meizu MX also has a secondary microphone that is perfect for noise cancellation, along with a 1,600mAh battery. You might also notice that the device has a circular button at its bottom part. Contrary to what many have been initially informed, this is actually just a physical home button and not an optical track pad.
To spread further good news, Meizu also plans to release a 34GB variant of this contraption soon. The 10.3mm-thick MX will be readily installed with pentaband 3G and HSPA+. This means that all you need now is a Micro SIM in order to start the unit. The handset also initially comes with Android 2.3.5 software, but will soon be having the 4.0 (ICS) update.
At a price of $470, or 2,999 Yuan, Chinese gadget fanatics just cannot wait to get their hands on this amazing contraption. Hongkong is also expected to receive the handset at the same time.