Meizu is making waves with their Meizu MX4 smartphone. This China-based company is having problems meeting the demand when it comes to that phones and it seems that could delay the announcement of Meizu MX4 Pro a bit. There has been some talk this might happen and now we have some information from China that indeed it will. Meizu MX4 Pro was supposed to be launched at the end of October based on many sources, but according to this report Meizu will launch it in November because Meizu is busy producing enough MX4 units and shipping them as soon as possible.
We've seen many leaks which regard the Meizu MX4 Pro. The latest one which arrived recently gave us the alleged general shape of the device, partial specifications and the pricing of this device. Assuming the leak is accurate, the device will somewhat resemble Samsung's Galaxy S2, mainly thanks to that rectangle home button which is also a fingerprint scanner is the report is to be believed. The device will reportedly cost around 2499 Yuan in China, which is a really good price, as expected. Meizu MX4 is expected to sport a 5.4-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display, which will probably be Sharp's panel, even though the leak doesn't mention it. Samsung Exynos 5430 octa-core processor was also mentioned numerous times, including this latest leak I'm talking about. MX4 Pro itself leaked back in August, nobody thought that's actually going to be the design of the device but it seems more and more likely it will.
We'll have to wait a bit longer to see Meizu MX4 Pro released it seems, is any of you actually waiting for Meizu to launch this thing or are you just not interested? Meizu MX4 seems to be a great device, Meizu really nailed it with that handset. Can the company do that once again and offer something well-built, high-end in specs and attach a rather affordable price to it? Well, if the leaks are to be believed, Meizu MX4 Pro definitely fits the bill.