This is a question that also relates to the Oppo Find 7. I have been researching phones that I might possibly buy for over 3 months now and have more or less narrowed it down to the Oppo Find 7 and Meizu MX4 Pro. I love both's specifications and the build quality seems to be spectacular. My only problem with the Find 7 is its price while the only problem for the MX4 Pro's only problem is lack of extendable storage (I am an audiophile and have TONS of songs). I can just look hard for a 64 GB version, but I still want to ask here. Which of the two should I get?Both are amazing in many aspects, and it is really hard to decide. I hope you guys can give me an unbiased response that relates to everything and not just a singular thing like the camera. Thank you!
Jaboi, 08 Mar 2015Hi all! I am currently using my own MX4 Pro to post this comment so feel free to ask me any qu... moreIs it worth buying? Im planning to buy a new smartphone but i cant decide which all of those smartphones today i will choose
I have had this phone for almost 5 months now and my only complain is when I installed the google keyboard. It sometimes hangs & sometimes goes back to system keyboard and it's kinda annoying when you are in a hurry and need to send out a quick chat.
AnonD-147607, 10 Feb 2015Please don't buy this phone.. Have several hardware issue. Main issue is switching between ... morei have this phone and works very fine, no lag switching between apps, the keyboard works well, and everything is fine, i think your device is with problems, send an email to meizu, they support area is faster to answer you.
whatever can be said...ill say this phone is amazing...using in battery saving mode...battery can last for a day...much better then samsung i can say 😇
louis, 25 Mar 2015i think is overrated. the battery drain very fast, camera can't take picture in low light envi... moreWell, bad luck for you. Mine can last a day with average data connection and wifi usage, plus few games being played sometimes :)
i think is overrated. the battery drain very fast, camera can't take picture in low light environment, fingerprint mTouch also can't work well.
umami, 18 Mar 2015The MX4 Pro does NOT have USB-on-the-go, at least my 16GB version does not!otg is supported.lol
meizu, 22 Mar 2015please I really want to buy this phone but I need to know sar values? there is someone who kno... moreGo to site sarshield.There you will find sar value.but you will have to search for this phone as there will be hundreds of phones of many companies.
please I really want to buy this phone but I need to know sar values? there is someone who know sar value for this device???
The MX4 Pro does NOT have USB-on-the-go, at least my 16GB version does not!
Guys i'm in India & i love to buy this mobile but its kind of complicated no trusted sites are available & in MEIZU mart the mobile is damn costly . Give me a solution . Any idea whether MEIZU is coming to INDIA. Thanks. in advance
Yap Gris Som, 13 Feb 2015I don't buy this phone, prefer removable battery. Non removable batter is better then removal battery as it is factory fitted original battery its performance is much better.
trunpet16, 11 Mar 2015I want to know if it is possible to use it as a selolar modem like in the Samsung phones ? is... moreYes, by turning your phone into a mobile hotspot. From then, you can surf the internet using your laptop that is connected to your phone's wifi hotspot.
I want to know if it is possible to use it as a selolar modem like in the Samsung phones ?
is it possible to make communication by the wi fi with laptop and then to surf it in the internet?
sorry about my English, I hope you understand me .
thank you any way .
AnonD-321351, 08 Mar 2015this phone is non-removable or removable? coz what i see on Josh Android Authority review, its... moreHello SabahanTawaurian, your english skills doesn't matter as long as you get others to understand you on what you are trying to say. Nobody is perfect :)
Its battery looks like it is removable because of how it was placed by Meizu at the back of the phone but i will tell you, IT IS NOT REMOVABLE. I think this issue is not a problem because most of the high-end phones today are unibody devices, which means they have non-removable batteries :)
I hope this would help you a lot, bro :)