We've been seeing many news when it comes to a Chinese manufacturer Meizu and its upcoming Meizu MX4 and MX4 Pro smartphones along with a Flyme 4.0 Android-based OS. Meizu MX4 is expected to be the base model while the MX4 Pro is supposed to be a bigger iteration of the same device with a QHD screen. Previously leak specifications point to an Exynos 5430 CPU in the MX4 and Exynos 5433 CPU in the MX4 Pro model. The MX4 is expected to sport a 5-inch 1080p (1920 x 1080) display while its bigger brother should come with a 5.5-inch QHD panel. Everything else seems to be identical according to the leaks thus far. 3GB of RAM, 20.7-megapixel rear-facing camera and 8-megapixel front-facing shooter.
Today's information comes from GizChina and it points to a whopping 52811 score on Antutu benchmark score of Meizu MX4. Many people would say benchmarks don't really matter and all, but either way you spin this 52811 is way up there, this may be the highest score of any smartphone to date, though I can't exactly confirm that. The test was allegedly performed on Antutu 5.0 and the source says the processor used in the device is MediaTek's MT6595 processor, a big.LITTLE chip with LTE built on board. This is quite an interesting rumors considering everything pointed to an Exynos chipsets on both M4 versions, if this leak pans out in the end we might see MediaTek's chip on at least one of those versions.
There's really no way to verify how credible this leak truly is, we can only guess at this point. Meizu will launch Meizu MX4 in all its variants along with perhaps some other devices (MX3S perhaps?) and Flyme 4.0 OS at its upcoming event on September 2nd, which they scheduled recently. Do you think Meizu's devices can compete with the likes of Samsung, LG, Sony, HTC and others out there? Meizu will certainly offer a different approach to Android and a really well designed device with an extremely thin side bezels. These bezels are seemingly even thinner than the ones on the LG G3, but the question is can they compete with the biggest brands out there, especially if they decide to launch this thing abroad.