Anonymous, 14 Jan 2015Just wondering what the removable battery has to do with the phone crashing? He means that if the phone crashes really hard, like bootloop or something else, at least he can just remove the battery and go on.
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2015I took confidential as top secret should not be accessible to anyone kind of stuff.. Which wit... moreYou can always encrypt your SD card if that's a concern. I been using Android for some time and I believe (not sure) that from jellybean this can be done.
AnonD-315724, 14 Jan 2015No doubt, the MX4 Pro is a real gem. But like all Chinese flagships, if you live in North Amer... moreWise words with which I agree while heartedly :)
This was definitely a contender but from personal experience of changing / repairing phones & factory resets etc a lack of SD card is a deal breaker for me. Accessible but none removable battery seems a bit ridiculous too. If the phone crashes (which happens) what can you do? Send it back to China?
So close to be a worldwide contender but a couple of things lacking and poor availability mean this will never be a game changer. Shame as I too am getting sick of the Samsung only choice (not that I'm discrediting their devices) I'd just prefer better other choices than Sony,LG or HTC. Especially now that Sony may soon be no more - bless em.
No doubt, the MX4 Pro is a real gem. But like all Chinese flagships, if you live in North America or Europe you never want to drop one of these bad boys or ever have to repair one - period. The flagships of Samsung, LG and Motorola are also great phones but the difference is that they can all be easily repaired locally - quickly, without shipping the device back to China. Bottom line, if I were living in Shenzhen the choice would be simple - a Meizu or an Oppo for sure. Otherwise, unless a local service center with a quick turnaround time is available in your country, Samsung, Motorola or Apple are probably a better choice.
I m sick to use Samsung brand... I want to try something new.. so... u are ....meizu mx4
No SD!? OMFG!!!, 14 Jan 2015That's what I do right now but I want to change Samsung due to insufficient after sales suppor... moreI took confidential as top secret should not be accessible to anyone kind of stuff.. Which with a sd card is as simple as pull out and access from a pc once device is stolen.. My bad :P
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2015I thought this is an iphone.I thought the new Iphone is Meizu MX3.....
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2015I thought this is an iphone.Guess you never saw the Lenovo Sisely then..
No SD!? OMFG!!!, 14 Jan 2015That's what I do right now but I want to change Samsung due to insufficient after sales suppor... moreI took confidential as top secret should not be accessible to anyone kind of stuff.. Which with a sd card means pulm it out amd My bad :P
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2015You should buy a Samsung then.. No one else is going to have sdcards on their flagships..
... moreThat's what I do right now but I want to change Samsung due to insufficient after sales support (new firmware comes months later).
I couldn't understand why SD card is not good for storing confidential data (pardon my ignorance; I don't mention credit card data etc. Just very important documents for the business). A good SD card survives harsh conditions that all phones fail to survive.
No SD!? OMFG!!!, 14 Jan 2015PRO=PROFESSIONAL
PRO people earns his money from his equipment.
When things go wrong (you b... moreYou should buy a Samsung then.. No one else is going to have sdcards on their flagships..
Btw.. Putting your confidential documents on the sdcard is not the brightest of ideas..
The biggest challenge for the MX4 Pro is Meizu made the MX4 too good, that makes it really tough to justify the extra dollars you need to spend to get a Pro.
Anonymous, 14 Jan 201564gb - yes
Sdcard - no
No one in the right mind should want sdcard. The developers definitel... morePRO=PROFESSIONAL
PRO people earns his money from his equipment.
When things go wrong (you break the phone or equipment), you take out the SD card and buy another phone and continue your life. PRO carries some confidential info in his/her phone (like photos, price lists, quotations given to companies, important letters, emails saved etc. etc.). PRO uses PRO quality quick and durable SD card by the way (not a cheap crap which will get corrupted after a few months).
When phone is broken you need to send it to service to get your confidential data back if you have no SD card!!! GOD knows who looks at such data.
NO SD = NO PRO BUSINESS.
This is totally unacceptable. Even you put 128GB internal (or lets say even 256GB), SD is still needed. I guess I am clear enough.
No SD!? OMFG!!!, 14 Jan 2015No SD + Non availability of 64GB = Not a proper phone for PRO's.
PRO means professional. If y... more64gb - yes
Sdcard - no
No one in the right mind should want sdcard. The developers definitely don't want it..
No SD + Non availability of 64GB = Not a proper phone for PRO's.
PRO means professional. If you put PRO on a label and don't put an SD card slot pardon me but it becomes NOVICE. If I had to choose a phone without SD, I would go with iPhone.
Spotify and alikes eat memory like crazy. What you will do with 32GB of internal (GOD KNOWS how much is readily available to user; around 25-28GB right)
I don't know where those engineers/designers/owners/sales staff are living, what they are thinking, where they are nurturing their knowledge but someone needs to say them "WAKE UP!!!".
Well at least we know what these 20mp sensors are capable of!
Instead of selling SONY mobile division, they could merge with a better Software company to optimise and update Xperia devices with new android versions and better camera app to use the sensors at their max :-/
Just saying #SonyMobile
Dot-WiFi, 14 Jan 2015while the base design all looks like apple~Well Apple stopped using that base design since iphone 4.. Whereas Meizu stuck to it and refined it..