Meizu’s Samsung Exynos Octa core flagship phone, the Meizu MX3, goes on sale across China from today.
Meizu will be selling the MX3 through their online store, popular E-commerce sites and through their network of official dealers throughout China. Meizu announced 4 versions (8 if you include the TD-SCDMA model) on September 2nd, but only the WCDMA model will be available from today with absence of the 128GB version.
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Prices start at 2499 Yuan for the 16GB version with no NFC, 2699 Yuan for the 32GB, and top out at 3099 Yuan for the 64GB model (the 128GB version will be 3999 Yuan). Specifications include a 5.1-inch 1800 x 1080 display, Samsung Exynos 5410 octa-core processor, 2GB RAM, 8 mega-pixel F2.0 rear camera and Flyme version 3.0 based an Android 4.2.1.
This mobile with a solid Qualcomm S800 and I would buy it at once.
Not gonna happen…ever. Meizu + Samsung, together since 2006.
Would I be able to use this phone in Canada?
Its data receive at 2100mhz that is used by some carriers in Canada. But best to check with your carrier and ask them and see whether they have any internal roaming agreement with other carrier if they don’t use 2100 MHz.. Make sure you get the wcdma version in any case.
I have just been in a Meizu store. No stock anymore. They told me that I have to make a reservation and wait for 3 weeks. Do you have any tips for getting the MX3 directly?