The international pre-order books for the high-end Meizu MX4 have officially opened to a great deal of enthusiasm. According to Bai Yongxiang, the CEO of Meizu, the recently announced device has already gathered an impressive 7.7 million pre-orders.
Internationally, the Meizu MX4 is available in versions with 16 or 32GB of memory on board. The former costs $449, whereas the latter will set you back $489. Both price tags include shipping and import tax to select markets in Europe, North America, Africa, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.
There is no word on the pricing or availability of the deviceís 64GB version. Power users will likely have to be a tad more patient to get their hands on it.
Considering the hardware on offer and its metal build, the Meizu MX4 is a great alternative to the high-end Android establishment. The handset packs the latest generation MediaTek MT6595 chipset with big.LITTLE architecture, 5.3Ē 1152x1920 IPS display by Sharp, 20.7MP Sony Exmor RS camera, and Android 4.4.4-based Flyme 4.0 OS.
don't pretend like you know everything. it's real per-order because you need to pay for it. So 770m means 770m order unless you want to refund, meizu would be love to do so because their capacity is not enough
Check here, there are two versions for Tdscma and Wcdma, you have Wcdma frequencies : http://item.jd.com/1209645.html
Unless I missed it, the Meizu MX4 is the same Meizu MX4 you would purchase in China (I visited the site also and there is NO clarification) NOT AN INTERNATIONAL VERSION) AT WORST YOU COULD BE ONLY 2G HERE ARE THE MEIZU 4 BANDS 2G GSM: 850...