anirudh, 17 Feb 2012where can i buy this in inida??
in india it is not available..you will have go through e-shop belongs to china mainland.
asian person, 31 Jan 2012where did you buy it. i am really interested. i am going to buy it. can you tell me where did ... moreBought it at the Meizu store in Hong Kong. Apparently the Hong Kong version is $100 cheaper than the Chinese version because of lower import taxes or something. Downside is the Chinese version gets updates quicker than the HK version, other than that... no difference
Will, 27 Jan 2012I have been using it since launch and it is absolutely the smoothest running android I've ever... morewhere did you buy it. i am really interested. i am going to buy it. can you tell me where did you get it for $350
Will, 27 Jan 2012I have been using it since launch and it is absolutely the smoothest running android I've ever... moreDo you know about the SAR levels? and something else, where do you buy it 350$ because i'm interested in.
lojz, 20 Jan 2012Does anybody have a practical experience in using MX. Seems to be ok but anybody used it for a... moreI have been using it since launch and it is absolutely the smoothest running android I've ever used. trumps any phone samsung or other big brands have to offer. I've had no force closes on anything just yet which is amazing for an android device as well. The screen and colours are amazing as oppose to super amoled + over saturated crap or the yellow tint iphone screens offer. I can go on and on about it but bottom line is, definitely worth the $350 US I paid for it
Does anybody have a practical experience in using MX. Seems to be ok but anybody used it for a while a month or less that has his own opinion on use, bugs, ect.
What about the support is proper or not?
Using M8 from March 2009 till today, skipped the M9 to get MX, and I will ( A Meizu fan from beginning - M6 music player)
May I know when this phone is launch im Malaysia? I really admire the phone and i'll buy it no matter what as I am using Galaxy Note and S2. I am really waiting for it to be launch in Malaysia.
iphone clone or whatever, I don't care... I love these specs, design and affordability... Great job done by Meizu...
im amazed on the specs of this phone i think meizu doesnt care if they will be banned outside their country, china's population is enough for them to make money. china has their own laws and apple cannot just ban this phone on their country rightaway. lol...
well almost every company has its scheme when it comes to copying other products design or system, but that's not the real issue, what really matters is if that certain brand or product delivers what they promise in their propaganda a or ads, at a reasonable price. as long as it labels it self as its own and not imitating the other brand's name, performance matters !
if its a copy or not, let them have a healthy competition, let the new comers compete with the giants so we could have more choices and avoid a single brand monopolizing its market and dictating the price, after all its up to us consumers if what would be the best product that would fit us. more choices, less prices, and they will be oblige to create newer and cooler technology or systems.
there is very little on quality or customer support both matter for premium markets.As for looking like an iphone this is uncertain as most smart phones look the same and after five years look like industry standard design.
Will it succeed? not as the package exists now outside home markets presumably software updates won't be available to stave off security risks.
You know, I have to show respect to this phone. Good specs, its Android, its not afraid to show its inspired by an iPhone. Its to say "we're an iPhone copy, and what?". Unlike Samsung who BLATANTLY copy the iPhone design but are in denial, and would rather take the time to try and sue Apple for anything they can possibly try to on.
If I was to buy an Andorid, id take a risk with this phone. China make iPhones, hopefully they can make a decent phone out of this as well.