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Meizu MX4 Got Dismantled, Take A Look Inside Meizu’s Flagship

September 29, 2014 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

We’ve been covering Meizu a lot lately, the company has been all over the news ever since they launched Meizu MX4. This device has been selling like hotcakes ever since it was launched earlier this month. In the end, this device helped the company promote itself. Meizu has managed to create a flagship device sporting premium build and sell it for an extremely affordable price in China and outside of it as well. The device was priced at 1799 Yuan ($292) in China and $449 outside of it. Meizu even let consumers order the device straight from company’s official webpage from all over the world for $449 (tax and shipping included), which is a great deal considering the specifications of this device.

In case you’re wondering how this device looks on the inside, you might want to take a look at the gallery below. Chinese portal, BigerTech, dismantled the white Meizu MX4 in order to show us the internals of this smartphone. You can basically see every piece of this smartphone on these images, from the chips inside, its housing to camera unit and buttons. Meizu MX4 features a 5.36-inch 1080p (1920 x 1152) display along with 2GB of RAM for all your multitasking needs and 16, 32 or 64GB of in-built storage (16 and 32GB versions are available globally). MediaTek’s MT6595 octa-core processor is powering on this device along with PowerVR Series 6 GPU. 20.7-megapixel shooter is located at the back of the device along with a dual LED, dual tone flash. On the front of the device you can find a 5-megapixel snapped which should come in handy if you like to take a selfie here and there or you use the video call feature of your device. MX4 comes with Android 4.4.4 KitKat pre-installed with Meizu’s Flyme 4.0 OS on top of it.

There are lots of competitive brands in China which are trying to find their way to other markets. Meizu managed to sell tons of MX4 devices in China and abroad via its webpage and resellers (so many that the company is having problems meeting the demand), imagine how many they could sell if they manage to find a way to offer devices like that in stores all over the world and keep the price down.