With Meizu’s commitment to launching their phones outside of China, we thought it would be prudent to put the current flagship Meizu MX3 through its paces. First things first though wo here’s a detailed unboxing, hands on and first impression of the MX3 and Flyme 3.0.
Meizu MX3 Specifications
The MX3 we have on review is a white version of the phone with WCDMA support, 32GB of memory and NFC. Other models include a more affordable 16GB without NFC and two costlier models with either 64GB or 128GB of memory.
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Meizu MX3 Unboxing and First Impression Video
The 10 minute video we have put together includes an unboxing, detailed hands on with the phone, a look at Flyme 3.0, the custom Android ROM from Meizu, and a wrap up with general first impressions.
Meizu MX3 gallery
Meizu MX3 full review coming soon
We have a full review of the Mx3 coming in the next week or so. In fact we have a ton of great Android phone reviews on their way so keep posted!
Thanks to 1949deal for providing the Meizu MX3 for review.
Thats a cool phone out there Andi. really impressed by that looks.
I envy you because you get a chance to play with latest smartphones..
I would like to own this. This is my dream.
Also Andi, what happened to ThL 100s Lucky draw competition ? it was supposed to end on 22nd January 2014 right ?
Who won the ThL T100? Don`t delete my comment. Answer!
I replied the first time you posted, why not check the front page!
Why do they keep removing the app drawer in China?Jeez.
The best looking android skin in the world. FACT
you forgot add “in my opinion” sir
Andi first of all, can you please me tell me a word about the overall quality of the phone? Did you notice any crackles from the back cover or any other flaw (ex. the buttons or anything else)? And secondly, how is the battery life considering the fact of having switched on 3G, WiFi etc? Thank you in advance for your answer.
Quality is pretty good, not on par with Oppo though. Battery life has been surprisingly good considering the small battery. Plenty of juice to get me through the day. My main issue is the buggy ROM, I had hoped Meizu would have sorted Flyme by now (my first Chinese phone was a Meizu M9) but it still has a few bugs and keeps crashing…
It should be better quality than oppo..
Thats just not true friend. Nobody says that..only you. I use a MX2 and in 1 year it crashed only once.
It is true I’m afraid. Taking photos in ‘night’ mode caused the camera force close a number of times last night and finally resulted in the phone crashing. I have since updated to Flyme 3.4.1 and it has been stable all day which is good. I’ve test a number of MX and MX2 phones and they have all experienced odd behaviour.
Does it run with all 8 cores active, heterogenous multi-processing? Heard a story that they were going to activate it in a new update a while ago.
Thanks, good video 🙂