Meizu MX3 now available on O2 in Czech Republic

We have often wondered why Chinese phone makers don’t deal with foreign network providers to expand their reach, well now at least Meizu are taking steps with O2 in the Czech Republic.

O2, a mobile networks provider in Europe, have started to list the Meizu MX3 on their webstore in the Czech Republic. Czech fans of the MX3 are now able to buy the current Meizu flagship through the provider at a total cost of 7,995 CZK ($378) with free colour rear panel and the option to pay monthly for the Samsung Exynos octacore phone.

Currently only the 16GB version of the MX3 is available, and it is not likely to be joined by the 32GB or 64GB options as the next generation Meizu MX4 will be launched in just a few days.

Let’s hope that O2 begin to offer Meizu, and other Chinese phones through their network across Europe when the new MX4 is launched.

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