16GB Meizu MX3 goes on sale in China from $407

Meizu have teamed up with Chinese E-commerce site Jingdong mall to launch the entry-level Meizu MX3 today.

The Meizu MX3 launch began at 10am today Beijing time, however Meizu fans hoping to get their hands on the 8-core Chinese super phone early will have to settle for the base model with only 16GB of built-in memory and no NFC support.

The lack of NFC on the 16GB MX3 is a real let down especially for those users who plan to add an Oppo N-Lens or Sony QX system at a later date, but the phone does have the same powerful 8-core Samsung CPU, 2GB RAM, 8 mega-pixel camera with F2.0 aperture and Sony battery as the rest of the MX3 range.

If you are after a larger memory option and want NFC then the 32/64 and 128GB versions of the new Meizu will go on sale later this month.

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