Meizu MX 4-Core Review

Meizu MX 4 CoreMeizu has been churning out advanced electronics in China since 2003 and last year, it released a dual-core handset. This time around, the company has offered a powerful device, with a 1.4GHz quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM thrown in for good measure. The Meizu MX 4-Core may look like a typical iPhone clone, but in your hands it should feel anything but. The edges are comfy to hold and it has bulk that feels very premium. The 4” display offers 292 ppi pixel density, really close to Apple’s Retina Display.  The combination of Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) and FlyMe OS 1.0 also deliver something you can’t easily found on other devices.

Unfortunately, the seriously impressive handset isn’t without its glitches; get ready to lose the tip of your fingernails trying to put the SIM card in. In addition, the battery is not user-replaceable, which prevents you from buying a spare battery. Luckily, the 1700mAh battery offers a decent operational life and the cameras deliver an acceptable quality. The devices comes in two storage options, 32GB ($529) and 64GB ($649), also since Meizu MX 4-Core is only available in very few countries, prepare to pay a whack on top of the price tag for shipping cost.