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Ever Wonder How Phones Are Manufactured? Check Out This Video from Meizu’s Factory

November 27, 2014 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

The first Meizu MX handset was launched back in December 2011. Meizu’s MX line of device is actually company’s flagship line. The first MX handset sported a 4-inch 960 x 540 display, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of non-expandable internal storage. That handset was powered by Samsung’s Exynos dual-core chip clocked at 1.4GHz and had an 8-megapixel camera on the back. It was a rather solid offering when it was released, which assured Meizu they should keep on releasing MX devices, the company did just that and released a bunch of devices over the years, all the way to the recently announced Meizu MX4 Pro. All of those devices were really solid, whether you care more about build quality, specs on the inside or the software which powers them on. Meizu just keeps on getting better and better when it comes to making smartphones and their prices are rather hard to follow, at least by manufacturers outside of China.

Meizu MX4 was a real breakthrough for the company though, they managed to sell at on of these handsets a couple of months ago and really got them under the spotlight. Meizu MX4 Pro was released earlier this month, only two and a half months after the release of the original MX4. Not that this upgrade was needed, but Meizu opted to release the “Pro” version anyways. The brought several improvements with this upgrade while keeping the price relatively affordable, the MX4 Pro brings improvements when it comes to display size and resolution, RAM count and processor power, not to mention it sports a fingerprint scanner below the display. Meizu MX4 currently costs 1799 Yuan in China, while the MX4 Pro is priced at 2499 Yuan and is currently available for pre-order.

Today we bring you the manufacturing process compilation of Meizu devices, from the Meizu MX2 all the way to the Meizu MX4 Pro. The video is about 5-6 minutes long and it shows a rather nice process which gives you a closer look at the manufacturing of all these handsets. Keep in mind this video is streaming from Youku, not YouTube, so it might be a bit slower for some of you, just let it load before you watch it if you experience any significant buffering on the way.