Blurry cam captures the Meizu MX3 and Flyme 3.0

September 2nd is the date Meizu will unveil the flagship MX3, but tipsters aren’t prepared to wait and are continuing to leak early photos.

To date we have seen purported renders, photos of the alleged screen and even been given a sneak peak to Flyme 3.0 (the new version of Meizu’s custom ROM to ship on the new phone). The above picture claims to be of all those things in one! Is this our first look at a functional Meizu MX3?

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If this is the real thing then Meizu’s designers have gone all out to supply the phone which one of the narrowest screen bezels to date. It is so narrow it is only just visible in the above photo due to the ‘instragram’ style filter. We can also just make out the back-lit halo capacitive home button.

flyme 3.0 leaked screenshot

The leaked images don’t stop there however as this screenshot of Flyme 3.0’s setting screen has also been posted. The ROM is likely based on Android 4.2 and as we can see here offers a nicely tabbed menu and settings area.

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  1. Simon
    August 17, 2013

    Any chance upcoming Meizu or Xiaomi will have dual SIM or should i wait for lenovo k910 ?

  2. william
    August 18, 2013

    The only problem with this brand is the price way too expensive than the rest good competitors..

    • Ace
      August 18, 2013

      They’re also kindof premium though.

    • August 18, 2013

      If you take into consideration it is not using a MTK platform, this device is likely to be priced in China around 2999 yuan (around 490 USD)

      Even if it is using a 5410 series Exynos, its not really that overpriced. 5420 would be better if Samsung will allow them and they probably already have a 5430 ready for the coming S5.

      Its still comparable to Galaxy S4’s performance for that price and its decent quality build gives it good value.

      As well as raw costs per unit, the licensing and tranpsort costs adds to the cost for Qualcomm, Nvidia and Exynos SOcs. I don’t think any of these chipsets are actually made in China.

  3. Allanitomwesh
    August 18, 2013

    Not a chance.Xiaomi use tegra and snapdragon, meizu use Exynos.All three processors are single sim. The fastest dual sim processor is in ThL phones.

  4. August 18, 2013

    Wondreing if this is the Revised Version of Exynos Octa with Mali – T628 GPU

    • MooN_tm
      August 18, 2013

      Wondering if it has working SoC…
      The old one is broken silicon crap with only cluster core control working…