Meizu MX4 sales are going better than planned for this China-based manufacturer while the company is preparing yet another high-end device, or so it seems. We've seen tons of leaks which suggested that the company will launch Meizu MX4 Pro smartphone at the end of this month. We've seen tons of different leaks, unfortunately, they didn't exactly agree one with the other as far as phone's design and specifications go. We haven't heard anything about this phone for a few weeks now I believe, it's time to end that silence.
This new report comes straight from China and it reveals device's alleged design, partial specs and its price. Back in August we've seen an alleged MX4 Pro posing for the camera, though the leak didn't seem all that credible considering the design of the device resembled Galaxy S2, featured a rectangle home button and was just... well, not that impressive. According to this new leak the device will indeed feature that rectangle home button and inside it Meizu will include a fingerprint scanner. The leak also says that this handset will sport a 5.4-inch 2K (2560 x 1440) display (quite probably made by Sharp, though the leak doesn't mention that) instead of a 5.36 panel on the Meizu MX4. Samsung Exynos 5430 octa-core processor is expected to run this thing. Meizu MX4 Pro will reportedly cost around 2499 Yuan in China, international price wasn't mentioned however. If you take a look at the featured image and the images below the article, you'll notice that the device seems to be the same one we've seen back in August (linked above).
Meizu MX4 Pro is expected to launch at the end of this month starting with China, Meizu will quote probably make it available internationally as well though. We've seen tons of leaks of this device thus far, though this one seems most probable. It seems a bit odd that Meizu plans to differentiate as far as the design goes though, at least to me. We'll find out everything soon enough, stay tuned.