Is this the first glimpse of the Meizu MX4?

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A video posted on the official Meizu Facebook page could be the first glimpse of the upcoming Meizu MX4 flagship smartphone!

The video posted on Meizu’s timeline was posted earlier today with the simple message “A magical piece of metal”. The short film simple shows the a metal chassis from a phone transform from raw material to finished product in the space of a short fall. The video has sparked interest as it could be the first offiical teaser for the upcoming Meizu MX4.

Previously Meizu bosses went on the record to say that their new phone would not use a stainless steel chassis, so if this is from the new phone it would have to be made from some advanced metal alloy, possibly an CNC’s aircraft grad alloy or even titanium!

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Leaks and teasers for the MX4 have been kept to a mimimum which is causing quite a bit of mystery arounc the new phone. It is believed the Meizu MX4 will come in two flavours with with a Mediatek MT6595 processor or the latest Samsung Exynos processor, LTE, 2k display and 20 mega-pixel rear camera sensor.

[ Meizu Facebook ]
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  1. Manos
    July 26, 2014

    The price will be as always high!

    • Airyl
      July 26, 2014

      Meizu products are usually top quality. They’re the type of phones you show an Apple lover and even he’ll like it. The only manufacturer I know that can match that at a cheaper price is Jiayu, and they’re currently going through an identity crisis right now. Oppo are close behind, but they’re phones are usually more expensive than the other Chinese manufacturers.

      • Allanitomwesh
        July 26, 2014

        Vivo too,and Lenovo when they feel like it,and Huawei’s D and only the D line. On the subject of price,Meizu are restucturring to go after Xiaomi,so you may be surprised there. Sadly JiaYu are confused,G6 and S2 are totally overpriced compared to tradition of their aggressive pricing.

        • Simon
          July 27, 2014

          I thought Meizu were launching a separate brand under bigertech – to compete at a cheaper price ?

          • Allanitomwesh
            July 29, 2014

            Bigertech is not a phone brand,rather tech website like engadget.