Whats the difference between the mx line and the pro line. I was always under the impression that the mx line was the flagship?.
Ive always appreciated Meizu phones, but they charge such a premium now compared to how they started off, combined with lack of after sales care that worries me from jumping the gun.
Obi Wan Kenobi, 20 Jan 2017I hope you are not accusing GSMArena to be biased (LOL :D). A few friends of mine do S6, an... moreI had s6 before, still have the s6 edge. Battery life was amazing before but is now trash. Fast charging hasn't helped but I can still get 2.5-3 SOT frequently, 4 hrs on a good day. Use to be able to get 5 hr SOT but that was a distant memory.
Looks like a great phone. The only thing I can critique is the bloatware
Obi Wan Kenobi, 20 Jan 2017I know about the 14nm efficency, but a few others don't, that's why the barrage of comments. A... moreFree world is just an illusion. It doesn't exist. We're always being tracked and blah blah blah. The ones controling people want you to think you are free. It makes the job easier for them as they have less things to explain. This might sound like another conspiracy theory, but trust me you shouldn't think you are free.
Anonymous, 20 Jan 2017Please stop upvoting your comments. It's annoying to see your comments repeating on top. I hop... moreI know about the 14nm efficency, but a few others don't, that's why the barrage of comments. Also let's wait for results of the Helio X30, but I hope it'll be good. BTW you do know that even the upcoming Exynos and SnapDragon 835 are also manufactured in 10nm, right? Sorry if my comments annoyed you, but it's a free world man.... :)
Obi Wan Kenobi, 19 Jan 2017You have actually proved my point. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 using a Helio X20 only manages 83 ... morePlease stop upvoting your comments. It's annoying to see your comments repeating on top. I hope you understand that exynos 8890 and 7420 are built on 14nm process. That's where these cpus efficiency comes from. Wait for helio x30. It will blow everything out of the water both in performance and efficiency.
Anonymous, 20 Jan 2017Op3 is available in most parts of the world, leeco official only china and US. OP supports a... moreThose fugly bezels? Look at your monitor, your laptop they all have fugly 1 inch bezels. Aren't they bothering you?
Flipp, 20 Jan 2017It is true that Samsung get very good endurance rating scores on GSM arena. However, I sometim... moreI hope you are not accusing GSMArena to be biased (LOL :D).
A few friends of mine do S6, and it can definitely manage more than 3 hours of SOT. But I do agree S6 has a poor battery life among Samsung flagships. Maybe those comments could be true, maybe not. Who knows? I am not one to argue, so good day mate. Cheers! :)
it's gonna be the same as Note 4 . no 5000mah battery. i using samsung , its very poor battery life , must using zero lemon 10000mah battery to support it for last whole days or 2-3days if less using phone.
why phone must using powerbank as a trend.
Obi Wan Kenobi, 20 Jan 2017I was not talking about Helio P10 (which is a mid-range chipset). We were only discussing abou... moreIt is true that Samsung get very good endurance rating scores on GSM arena. However, I sometimes wonder why these numbers do not translate into most users "real world" experience? Take for example Samsung S6 who got an endurance rating of 73 which is quite good, at the same time many users claim that the battery life of S6 is complete garbage. Reading on forums some people only get around 2-3 hours SOT. So I think Samsung is an outlier rather than Meizu.
Raky , 20 Jan 2017Same goes to all Xiaomi's smartphones,no matter which chipset they are based on, they need to ... moreHmm yeah, I actually like that they put 4000mAh+ batteries and I wish more manufactures do the same too. But they should also pay attention to chipset efficiency and software optimisation.
Obi Wan Kenobi, 20 Jan 2017I was not talking about Helio P10 (which is a mid-range chipset). We were only discussing abou... moreSame goes to all Xiaomi's smartphones,no matter which chipset they are based on, they need to have 4000mAh batteries to have same endurance as others with 3000mAh.
Miui works better with some other phones than with Xiaomi's own...
Flipp, 20 Jan 2017That's due to poor optimization from Xiaomi. Meizu MX6 got a endurance rating of 68h from a 30... moreI was not talking about Helio P10 (which is a mid-range chipset). We were only discussing about Mediatek's "flagship" chispests, which is the Helio X20/X25. Once again you have proved my point.
The Meziu MX6 with FHD screen manages an average 68h from 3060mAh battery using Helio X20 chipset.
But the comparable Samsung Galaxy A8 with FHD screen gets an excellent 98h from 3050mAh using a Snapdragon chipset.
It's true, software optimization matters a lot, but a lot depends on how energy efficient the chipset truly is.
J o m s, 20 Jan 2017Correct, OP3T is overhyped, more expensive and seldomly available while an equally powerful Le... moreOp3 is available in most parts of the world, leeco official only china and US.
OP supports all LTE bands(except some US specific, which non of other Chinese phones support too) but LeEco lacking that "future".
And, this is objective, but... Those fugly BLACK bazels... I can't stand even to look on it, can't emagine to use it everyday
Obi Wan Kenobi, 19 Jan 2017You have actually proved my point. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 using a Helio X20 only manages 83 ... moreThat's due to poor optimization from Xiaomi. Meizu MX6 got a endurance rating of 68h from a 3060 mAh battery. A good score for such a small battery. Meizu Max which uses Helio P10 and a 4100mAh battery got an endurance rating of 100h. Also very good. This clearly proves that mediatek chips (both Helio P10 and X20) is efficient enough with the right software optimization.
Anonymous, 19 Jan 2017enough with this oneplus overhyped stuff... go figure, a brand selling only on invitation and ... moreI never mentioned anything about OP3.
Wrong person to click on the "reply" button, ya?
Learn to read and understand first before clicking.
AnonD-629997, 19 Jan 2017Ritzie niether the meizu website nor GSM arena mentions a 6 GB version so I am prone to think ... moreAnd what made you think that was me "Anonymous"????
Learn to read first, ya?
And why are you looking at Meizu for a 6GB version of ZTE Axon 7?
Go check AliExpress or Bangood for 6GB version of ZTE Axon 7. Enter at your own risk, though as some sellers have trust issues based on other's customer experience