Next gen Meizu MX3 display caught on Xiaomi camera

Meizu’s next generation phone display has also been spied today, ironically caught on film by a Xiaomi Mi2s camera.

Meizu are clearly working on a successor to the Meizu MX2, which won’t be named the Meizu MX3, and the above photo is apparently physical proof.

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Like the current Meizu model the new Meizu phone has very narrow bezels and capacitive ‘ring’ home button. The overall shape of the phone seems to have remained the same but now features a larger 5-inch display.

Earlier reports suggest that the new Meizu phone will feature an 8-core Samsung processor, 2GB RAM, 13 mega-pixel rear camera and the new Flyme 3.0 ROM based on Android 4.2.

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  1. Lornzo
    July 4, 2013

    Meizu seams to get the smaler bezel but Xiaomi the better SoC.

  2. MooN_tm
    July 5, 2013

    Does anyone know if it gets CyanogenMod support?