Meizu’s Jack Wong confirms the Meizu MX4 will use octacore LTE processor


meizu MX4 concept
Meizu MX4 fan concept

Jack Wong has gone on the record and confirmed that his companies next flagship phone, the Meizu MX4 will continue to rock a octacore Samsung processor.

There has been a lot of speculation to where Meizu will be sourcing their next generation processor from. There have been rumours of a Mediatek partnership and talk of a Qualcomm chip but it is Samsung who have managed to attack Meizu once again.

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For the Meizu MX4 flagship phone Meizu have confirmed that they will use a Samsung Exynos 5430 processor which boasts a BIG.little make up featuring 4 x 1.5Ghz A7 cores and 4 x A15 cores. The Exynos 5430 will also be the first 64bit chip from the Korean Electronics giant, that can handle displays of up to 2560 x 1440 resolution and have 4G LTE support.

Apparently the Meizu MX4 will ship with Android 4.4 Kitkat and will go on sale as early as June this year!

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6 Comments

  1. SRPat
    May 22, 2014

    If it has ARM A7 and ARM A15 CPUs, it is not 64 bit SOC.

  2. SRPat
    May 22, 2014

    If it has ARM A7 and ARM A15 CPUs, it is not 64 bit SOC.

  3. Xiaolu
    May 22, 2014

    I know the final MX4 won’t be like that concept pic, but I still drool every time you use it. Please Meizu, make it a dual boot Android + Ubuntu Touch phone, or prepare an image of Ubuntu for this Fall. Also, the 64 bits mean you can use 4GB and up…

  4. Xiaolu
    May 23, 2014

    I know the final MX4 won’t be like that concept pic, but I still drool every time you use it. Please Meizu, make it a dual boot Android + Ubuntu Touch phone, or prepare an image of Ubuntu for this Fall. Also, the 64 bits mean you can use 4GB and up…

  5. Simon
    May 23, 2014

    Do you think it will be released in September ?

  6. Guest
    May 23, 2014

    Do you think it will be released in September ?