Meizu MX3 will be available across China on 28th September!

Meizu will be releasing the new Samsung Exynos Octa 8 powered Meizu MX3 across China on 28th September!

Meizu might not generate the same kind of excitement Xiaomi and Oppo do, but the Zhuhai smartphone maker does have a few advantages over it’s rivals namely its own factory and over 500 physical stores across China!

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Today Meizu announced that the MX3 will be available online through their official stores and in all 500 physical stores across China from 28th September! In comparison the Xiaomi Mi3 will only be available to buy in October and customers will have to have a special ‘F’code and wait online for their chance to buy it. Oppo won’t even launch the N1 until the 23rd!

The Meizu MX3 uses the same Samsung Exynos Octa 8-core processor as the Samsung Galaxy S4. It also boasts a 5.1-inch display, 2GB RAM, 2400mAh battery, and 8 mega-pixel rear camera with large f2.0 aperture! The base model will cost 2499 Yuan and will come with a pair of Meizu EP-21 headphones.

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  1. Allanitomwesh
    September 13, 2013

    Ohhh that’s actually very prompt.

  2. Meizufan
    September 13, 2013

    Is there any difference between Meizu Mx3 chinese version and Hong Kong version ?

    • September 14, 2013

      I think hk version is effectively the international version with Rom that is gapps readied rather than China based ecosphere apps.

      • Meizufan
        September 14, 2013

        Thanks for answering but I have seen in youtube video that chinese version also have google apps installed from factory… my biggest concern is if both versions have bootloader locked or not…

  3. Dickson
    September 14, 2013

    I really like it, but the only reason I’d be partial to the Oppon n1 is interbational suort and the possibility of a pure andrpid version

  4. Meizufan
    September 14, 2013

    Andi, is true that Meizu have its own factory but seems only for repairing Meizu (refurbished)…Someone correct me if I’m wrong but Meizu Mx3 have been manufactured in Foxconn factory.