Meizu is all set to announce the successor to the Meizu MX later this month but before we get the official announcement, a couple of hands-on images of the phone have been leaked.
The new phone ditches the iPhone-like design to a, well, less iPhone-like design. Gone are the physical controls below the display, which have been replaced by the now standard on-screen Android navigation controls.
The display aspect ratio is also visibly different. Meizu stuck with the 3:2 960 x 640 resolution (that Apple uses for the iPhone) for their past two models and it has now been chucked in favor of what looks like 1280 x 768.
The phone supposedly runs on a quad-core processor and will have Meizu's Flyme skin on top of Android (hopefully Jelly Bean).
The device will officially be announced in China on November 27.
this phone is not as good as lumia 920
What the fans from the Chinese BBS digged out from the above handdrawing UI: From meizu forum: 1: confirmed resolution for mx2: 1280*800; 2：The:return key at the bottom of the drawings proves that mx2 has no solid return key on the front panel....
Yup, Oppo is also putting out some great phones. I think within a couple years the Chinese phone makers will have their products go international officially, which is great for the consumer. They're packing comparable hardware into their products for...