MrMilli, 13 Nov 2014You wrote: 'has a PowerVR G6200 MP4 (quad-core) GPU' The PowerVR G6200 is a 'dual-core' (two ... moreThe Power VR G6200 MP4 on the MX4 is Quadcore, MP4 = 4 clusters, not normal G6200. And yes, benchmarks says Adreno 330 is more powerful, but real games says G6200 MP4 have better performance, look videos on this web and open your eyes: http://www.forocoches.com/foro...hlight=meizu
You wrote: 'has a PowerVR G6200 MP4 (quad-core) GPU'
The PowerVR G6200 is a 'dual-core' (two cluster would be the correct wording) GPU from the PowerVR Series 6 generation.
iPhone 6 has a GX6450 GPU. That's a four cluster GPU from the PowerVR Series 6XT generation.
'Perhaps Meizu didn't optimize the GPU to its full potential, but we're only guessing.'
No it did, that's just how fast the G6200 is.
Dododo, 08 Nov 2014SD card slots and removable batteries are a thing of the past, together with CD and MD players... moreIn other words, you never travel abroad, have unlimited data and perfect signal wherever you go? Also, you work for the NSA? :-)
lets go, 08 Nov 2014I agree. What I don't understand is this blind fanaticism with all things Apple. Even tho... moreThe battery is removable. You just need to undo lots of screws to remove inner backcover. That's how it was with MX2 and MX3. But MX4, afaik, has classic removable battery.
SteeD, 08 Nov 2014Why make a review of an unknown phone you can find nowhere...?GSMArena were making a lot of reviews on Motorola devices that were only available in USA. But GSMArena isn't an american site. But unlike those local and unknown outside US Verge, AndroidPolice or similar, GSMArena is an international site located in Europe. People here come from all around the World. So unlike those american sites that only makes reviews on something available only on US market this site is about top technologies from all around the world. And here in Europe we have Meizu.
@gsmarena i thought 7.7 million pre orders would stop making this phone maker an outsider i guess i was wrong
lets go, 08 Nov 2014I agree. What I don't understand is this blind fanaticism with all things Apple. Even tho... moreSD card slots and removable batteries are a thing of the past, together with CD and MD players. Get used to the Cloud.
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2014I came here to say the same thing... If we wanted an iDevice that runs like a droid why is sam... moreAre you suggesting that places in Asia that are not China, Japan or Korea, don't have any taste and just want ugly red phones?
balak, 08 Nov 2014you're joking right? Meizu actually mocked iphone 6 as it was a copy of their phone. it was ri... moreI agree.
What I don't understand is this blind fanaticism with all things Apple.
Even though Apple arrives years later, the belief is that Apple invented whatever procedure/function/ design
iPhone are premium PRICED products only, you either pay the price or did without.
Many of these companies based in China are offering Android version "iPhones" for a fraction of the cost but based on Apple architecture.
These devices ALL WITHOUT EXCEPTION have had for years specs much higher than even the iPhone6.
The iPhone6 & 6+ being bigger than the iPhone5S as you point out BEING first to market Meizu have copied Apple
The only one copying is Apple and even though 2 years separate the release it clear where the iPhone6 was based on http://www.gsmarena.com/compar...dPhone2=6378
If Meizu, Xiaomi, etc want to export the phones they need to include memory expansion and a removable battery (i.e. NON Apple) for a true Android experiance.
Oppo Find includes memory expansion and a removable battery but are expensive which the article states!
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2014Why can't they come up with their own design instead of copying Apple's?you're joking right? Meizu actually mocked iphone 6 as it was a copy of their phone. it was right here on GSM arena
Why can't they come up with their own design instead of copying Apple's?
Josan1986, 08 Nov 2014"users in asia welcome a droid that looks like an idevice" ... thats a bit of a bias... moreI came here to say the same thing... If we wanted an iDevice that runs like a droid why is samsung dominating the market here? We clearly want droids that ARE droids... These so called droids that run like iDevices are usually only popular in china, if fhats what u meant by asia then i suggest GSMArena takes a clearer look on their world map as asia doesnt just mean east asia and china
Any app compatibility issues so far? I think i saw some in the review of cnet.
"users in asia welcome a droid that looks like an idevice" ... thats a bit of a biased statement