Meizu MX starts selling January 1, China and HK get it first
Meizu has just revealed that its latest Android flagship, the Meizu MX will go on sale in a couple of days' time. The smartphone has been on pre-order since the start of this month and will be officially available on New Year's Day.
China and Hong Kong will be the first two countries to get the Meizu MX. The smartphone will be available across the manufacturer's official stores in China as well as in the Meizu Store in Hong Kong’s Sai Yeung Choi Street in Mong Kok.
Queue registration will begin at 9am, with queue numbers being handed out on a first come, first serve basis. The Meizu store in Hong Kong will have two lines on launch day, one for pre-order customers and one for walk-in customers with the supply for walk-in customers said to be very limited.
The launch price of the Meizu MX will be HK$3099, which equals to about US $400. There's no saying yet when the MX availability will be extended to other countries, but we guess it won't take long.
If you are wondering if the unorthodox Meizu MX is worth your hard-earned bucks, you are welcome to check our detailed review.
it can't be like that,you should know that meizu and miui are enemy.
- 2012-05-01 10:27
stop bashing china products!!! ur iphone, samsung, nokia, motorola, SE is all made in china! china is producing good quality product now!!!
- 2012-01-04 16:07
you do think because of the origin we cannot get good quality/price product? si so you're so wrong. I'm not saying that MEIZU worth the price, I'm saying that your notion about the "made in china" is not updated yet.
- 2012-01-03 12:17