this would beat exynos note 4 in benchmarks anyday......
the only diff is dat it has a 32 bit processor and note 4 has a 64 bit processor.....
but mx pro's processor is faster den note 4's.
and 5.5 inch display is perfect just lyk lg g3.
design is a little unoriginal but dats nothng abt performance......
pricing and avilability is very important here......
Please, make dual-SIM version of Meizu MX4 Pro!
I beg you, please!!!
I'm eager to get dual-SIM phone with great sound and do not offer me HTC M8, because it's not an audiophone, no matter how clean and loud is its sound. I have Alcatel Idol X+ now, but its sound is not so great I'd expect.
Meizu and VIVO - forever!!!
Unfortunately missing the 1080p/60fps and image stabilising.
Hopefully, to be solved in the following software.
Also the 6in screen would be an advantage..
But in general, is a very good device!
What about price?
People are complaining on the non-removable battery, no memory card slot, no radio.
I agree I am one of the person who demand those feature.
Simple, ten years old phone has those thing, and it is a standard feature for every phone.
Well, you only can blame one phone maker, "Apple", which remove those feature on their phone, and people start to follow their step.
Yet, many people are defending "Apple" for doing so, praise for their design beauty, thin and classy design, or whatever non-sense. Yet, people are complaining on Android phone if those feature are missing.
I only can say, this has become a non-sense trend, and you only can choose. You still has the chance to choose.
Don't listen to those people who said no problem if those feature are missing, bla bla bla.
Each phone are made to suit specific user's needs.
I wonder if they will change their home design button to oval shape...hmmm this phone is quite interesting!
Anonymous, 20 Nov 2014No removable battery and no card slot = Failed for an Android phone.U can purchase it by internal memory size so y bother to have an microsd card expansion? Also powerbank r useful nowadays for non removable battery.
FAYTEEN, 21 Nov 2014the home button for this meizu version sucks, to improve its attraction i think for me they we... moreIts mainly because there lies a fingerprint sensor beneath it. They could've made it round, but then people will say Meizu is copying Apple. Meizu have had enough problems with Apple in the past.
But yeah... it doesn't look nice after seeing the home key of MX4.
I would like to know the Price in U.S Dollars and how can I get it that have to go hunt for the phone.
GrazzaD, 21 Nov 2014I love how this phone looks, in fact it is the best looking phone I've ever seen. But the lack... moreWhy card slot when you can get a 32 GB or 64 GB version? The removable battery is useful, the stereo speakers not really.
Anonymous, 20 Nov 2014No removable battery and no card slot = Failed for an Android phone.Maybe, if we were in 2005....
But most of us have been fine with non-removable batteries, no SD card slots and no FM radios for years now, and don't miss them, or want them.
If you really, really need it, a power bank is generally a more robust solution than a removable battery.
I love how this phone looks, in fact it is the best looking phone I've ever seen. But the lack of card slot, stereo speakers and radio are all deal breakers for me.
Mobilemaster, 21 Nov 2014If you have a removable battery, you can buy an extra one, and fully charge both of them. This... moreguess what there is a unique piece of invention to overcome this.............................POWER BANK!!!!!!!!!!!!
the home button for this meizu version sucks, to improve its attraction i think for me they were needed to put the oval/round home button. other wise there is no quite deference with galaxy s2, which is the very outdated smart phone. all in all the phone is good
Mordecai2014, 19 Nov 2014It's good that it will not run on Mediatek this time. Mediatek is crap.Who said that? MX4 runs mediatek and it efficient & tops benchmark
regs, 20 Nov 2014It can be easily removed. Just undo screws of inner cover. But any way - why on earth you need... moreIf you have a removable battery, you can buy an extra one, and fully charge both of them. This is a good idea when you want to go to a trip somewhere.
Anonymous, 20 Nov 2014No removable battery and no card slot = Failed for an Android phone.It can be easily removed. Just undo screws of inner cover. But any way - why on earth you need replaceable battery? Not a single tablet has it. And I have and had phones with non-replaceable battery, yet there has been never a need to remove it.