MTK6595 phones: 5 phones with the latest Mediatek MT6595 processor


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Mediatek’s new octa-core MT6595 processor is a beast, and the component which is going to change the face of affordable flagship phones for the coming year. Here are the first 5 Mediatek MT66595 phones to be released.

The Mediatek MT6595 processor has a lot of first’s to its name. It’s the first Mediatek processor with built-in 4G LTE, it is the first Mediatek SoC to offer 2K screen support and 4K video recording, the first with big.LITTLE architecture and more.

Mediatek MT6595 features

big.LITTLE – The MT6595 processors is made up of 4 x Cortex A17 and 4x A7 that can switch on or off depending on the task that the processor is asked to handle. this big.LITTLE architecture is similar to what Samsung use in their Exynos range and make for a powerful and energy efficient chip.

Network Support –  MT6595 processors will be able to work on GSM, TD-SCDMA, WCDMA, TD-LTE and FDD-LTE, aka 2G, 3G and 4G LTE networks. Like with all Chinese phones you should check the actual bands of the phone before ordering to double check it will work on your carrier.

Video –  4K video at 30 frames per second plus amazing slow motion is what the most powerful MT6595 gets while the slightly slower MT6595M remains at 1080 video recording at 60fps.

Screen Resolution – The Mediatek MT6595 isn’t able to support a 4K displays just yet, but a 2K panel of 2560 x 1600 is a huge upgrade compared to today’s specifications.

Graphics – GPU’s have been updated from Mali-450 to PowerVR G600 running at up to 600mhz!

Cameras – Camera sensor support is up to 20 mega-pixel on the full MT6595 model while the MT6595M can handle 16 mega-pixel sensors.

While the details of the MT6595 are a huge improvement over previous Mediatek chips, its really the astonishing performance this SoC offers that amazes everyone who has a chance to try a phone using one. So what phones have the MT6595? Here are 5 of the first!

Meizu MX4

meizu MX4 review

Currently the only phone on the list with a Mediatek MT6595 processor that can actually be bought right now. The Meizu MX4 is the latest phone from Meizu, and is officially available both in China and internationally.

The Meizu MX4 has a 5.35-inch display, 2GB RAM, alloy body, 4G LTE and a 20.7 mega-pixel main camera. Performance is incredible for a Mediatek phone, as is battery life and camera performance.

Zopo ZP999

zopo zp999

Zopo intend to go head to head with the MX4 with their latest smartphone. Not only are Zopo going bigger and offering slightly higher specifications in the ZP999, but they also say that their international price will be lower.

While the Meizu MX4 costs $449 outside of China, Zopo claim the ZP999 will be around $399, with 3GB RAM and a 5.5-inch display.

Zopo should be releasing the Zopo ZP999 before the end of the year, in fact we believe the flagship Zopo will be available to order in time for Christmas.

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Mogu M7

mogu m7 rear

Mogu don’t have much of a following outside of China, but on the mainland they have been offering some incredible hardware at equally incredible prices for years.

The Mogu M7 has been announced in China at a cost of only 1399 Yuan ($227), thats half the price of the Meizu MX4, yet it still manages to pack the same octacore MT6595 chipset.

Amazingly the rest of the spec doesn’t suffer from the low retails price either with a screen size of 5.5-inch, resolution of 1920 x 1090 and 2GB RAM. Specs also mention a 8 mega-pixel front and 16 mega-pixel rear camera!

How accurate the details are remains to be seen, and international prices will be much higher, but we can still expect a lower price than both the Zopo and Meizu.

Lenovo Vibe X2

lenovo-vibe-x2-2

The Vibe X2 is the little brother of the current Lenovo flagship phone. The colourful device has a distinctive orange, gold and silver stripe that runs along the edges with options of either a gold or black rear panel.

This time around we are looking at the Mediatek MT6595M processor, what that means is a slightly slower speed of 2.0Ghz, but that’s still fine for the 5-inch 1080 display, 5 mega-pixel front camera and 13 mega-pixel rear.

Lenovo have also loaded the Vibe X2 with 2GB RAM, 32GB ROM and Android 4.4 Kitkat. China price is 2500 Yuan, or roughly $399 USD.

Coolpad Grand 5

coolpad grand 5

Coolpad’s entry in to the list is the Coolpad Grand 5, or at least one of the variants of the phone (according to rumours). Ok so we don’t know for sure if this phone has the MT6595 as most of the details are still hush hush, but what we do know is that it looks like a phone worthy of our attention.

According to sources the Grand 5 will come in a number of different version from model with 3GB RAM and 2K display, to one that may even have a rotating camera. Put these components with a Mediatek MT6595 SoC, and you have the makings of one of the most stacked Mediatek phones ever to go on sale!

Which MT6595 phone would you buy?

So we have 5 confirmed MT6595 phones to choose from, and many many more devices on the way. Of the phones listed here which would be your choice and why?

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131 Comments

  1. Kingu Prima
    October 6, 2014

    MX4 because of the software, Vibe X2 for the design, also waiting for Xiaomi’s response 😉

  2. Nick
    October 6, 2014

    I guess there will be around hundred phones in near future because of pin-compatibility! 😉

  3. Ronnie Katsie
    October 6, 2014

    the affodable one TIA (this is Africa) we are interested in cheaper one not brand as long as they provide similar specs. Zopo has traditional bezel so for me that one is already out

  4. realjjj
    October 6, 2014

    The prices are not great though and should get better hopefully.
    You can buy Snapdragon 800 for less than those phones.
    No idea how big this chip is but seems well balanced for a good price if the LTE part is not way too big (Mediatek is just starting with LTE so it could be that they aren’t doing great just yet). The A17 cores shouldn’t be all that big, although plenty bigger than A7 and ofc they have some extra cache vs their 8xA7. The GPU should be small enough maybe 11-12mm2 on 28nm.
    The Snapdragon 800 is 118mm2 on TSMC’s 28nm and hopefully the MT6595 is quite a bit smaller to enable lower prices. I would expect 20-25$ for now but that’s just speculation and double the likely price of their 8xA7.

  5. Tony Starks
    October 6, 2014

    If only the mx4 would have dual sim. It would be near perfect.
    For that reason i would go for thr lenovo. I just cent be bothered with zopo..

    • Jo
      October 7, 2014

      Exactly. Why, oh why they don’t have two SIMs! Great design, awesome specs and…… one SIM. Really!?

      • Seth Alpine
        October 8, 2014

        Cause now, certains operator manage to give you two number on the same sim 😉
        Lenovo Z2 is nice, but not 4k h265 recording, i prefer the Meizu.
        Or the Zp999 if it have the 4k rec h265 and all the 4g band which are usefull in my country

  6. Tarts
    October 6, 2014

    I would get the one THAT DOESNT LOOK LIKE A SHOVEL.
    Seriously, why are all of these phones with a 5-5.5 screen. It is supposed to be a phone, not a freaking tablet.

    Just make a 4.5″ smartphone, 3000mah battery, 720p screen (its more than 300ppi so the human eye cant make a difference with 1080p), 2GB ram and a decent CPU like this latest MTK. It would be the best phone ever

    • October 6, 2014

      Well there is a difference between 1080p and 720p even on 4.5″ but it’s not that noticeable so 720p is enough… Also these phones are designed for asian market where they love phones with big screens.

    • RRRobert
      October 6, 2014

      I totally agree with you. I would however add dual sim functionallity, an sd-card slot with support up to 64 Gb cards and proper GPs connectivity (cause that lacked on various other MTK soc’s).

    • Ggg
      October 6, 2014

      I totally agree, that’s why i want a phone like jiayu 5s or 4s with mt6595

    • eliHd
      October 6, 2014

      And good camera like oppo f7a or xiaomi mi4. Although I personally would never buy oppo products ever again and advise people NOT TO BUY OPPO as their software support is the worst I.e. my oppo f7a is on android 4.3jb and its October 2014 and no kitkat! However the camera on f7a is very good! Shame really!

    • Chris
      October 6, 2014

      And don’t forget that the camera should have O.I.S. too! 😉

      • October 7, 2014

        Yep, that would really be nice

    • POY
      October 7, 2014

      ” 4.5″ smartphone, 3000mah battery”

      I’ma stop you there

      • Stef
        October 7, 2014

        Jiayu G5s…

        Hope they’d release jiayu g5s turbo (mt6595, 3gb ram, proper camera) it would be the perfect phone, I’m telling you.

        • POY
          October 7, 2014

          That didn’t have a 3000mah battery… The note 3 has a 3200mah battery and thats 5.7″. Even thl 5000 is 5″

          • Stef
            October 7, 2014

            But they do, they even offer a special backplate. I mean I’ve used the phone using my G4’s battery + backplate + special phone case and it would last forever.

          • Stef
            October 7, 2014

            In fact that’s how it look (3000 backplate + 3000 case)
            http://img.alibaba.com/img/pb/240/306/904/904306240_068.jpg
            and yes the battery life is impressive. That’s why jiayu is the king of phone sized phones…

      • Tarts
        October 8, 2014

        Why, 2000-2300mah is pretty standard for phones sized 4,5″, but they are also only like 7-8mm thick. Who really needs that. Im pretty sure most here will accept 10mm thickness if it meets all the mentioned stuff.

      • griesgramix
        December 5, 2014

        i have a acer liquid e700. 5″ smartphone with 3500mah… 😉

    • Andrei Shevchuk
      October 7, 2014

      5″ is ok, as long as it has thin bezel. Like width <70mm and thickness <9mm.
      5" screen with 16:9 aspect ratio (90% of smartphone screens today, I think) has width of just 63mm, while today's 5" smartphones are usually 72mm and more, so there really is some crap to cut 🙂

      • Tarts
        October 8, 2014

        With a phone with 5″ screen, you arnt fully able to COMFORATABLY use the phone one handed. Im sure you will argue with that. But I repeat, holding it in one hand and reaching every inch of the screen comfortably.

        • Andrei Shevchuk
          October 9, 2014

          I won’t argue with that, as this is subjective, depending on one’s hand size and personal definition of “comfort” 🙂 But I am using my 5″ smartphone every day with one hand, and 90% of the time interaction is comfortable. Cut bezels from 5mm to 1-2mm and it will be even more comfortable — top left corner will still be hard to reach, but apps developers are aware of it and don’t place much used controls there. That brings up a question: why would you need to reach _every_ inch of the screen? Input is not the only function of the screen, it’s also output, so screen parameters (including size) is always a compromise between the two. IMO 5″ with 1-2mm bezels is a good compromise for an average-sized human 😀

    • Dels
      October 8, 2014

      Just wait for Meizu MX4 Mini

    • guest
      October 9, 2014

      You want a smal screen buy a iPhone 4 or galaxy s2

  7. October 6, 2014

    Mx4 ftw

  8. Owsley_66
    October 6, 2014

    Watching for any of the new batch of 6595 phones to offer 4G for the U.S. Might have to wait a while. Maybe the MX 4 pro.

    • balcobomber25
      October 7, 2014

      I wouldn’t hold my breath waiting. Most of these phones aren’t made for the US market and until one of them actually sets up shop in the US they have no need to add US capable modems. For the vast majority of these phones North American sales are non existent when compared to sales in China, India and Europe.

  9. Allanitomwesh
    October 6, 2014

    I like coolpad,more sensible pricing. Digging the bezels in that tenaa photo but that thing looks like 6 inch.

  10. Adam Irvine
    October 6, 2014

    Zopo ZP999 if the price and availability is right…

    I had a zp998 before I got my OPO and I was really happy with it!

    I’d love to get my better half a zp999 for Christmas!

  11. Kingu Prima
    October 6, 2014

    MX4 because of the software, Vibe X2 for the design, also waiting for Xiaomi’s response 😉

  12. Guest
    October 6, 2014

    I guess there will be around hundred phones in near future because of pin-compatibility! 😉

  13. Ronnie Katsie
    October 6, 2014

    the affodable one TIA (this is Africa) we are interested in cheaper one not brand as long as they provide similar specs. Zopo has traditional bezel so for me that one is already out

  14. realjjj
    October 6, 2014

    The prices are not great though and should get better hopefully.
    You can buy Snapdragon 800 for less than those phones.
    No idea how big this chip is but seems well balanced for a good price if the LTE part is not way too big (Mediatek is just starting with LTE so it could be that they aren’t doing great just yet). The A17 cores shouldn’t be all that big, although plenty bigger than A7 and ofc they have some extra cache vs their 8xA7. The GPU should be small enough maybe 11-12mm2 on 28nm.
    The Snapdragon 800 is 118mm2 on TSMC’s 28nm and hopefully the MT6595 is quite a bit smaller to enable lower prices. I would expect 20-25$ for now but that’s just speculation and double the likely price of their 8xA7.

  15. Guest
    October 6, 2014

    If only the mx4 would have dual sim. It would be near perfect.
    For that reason i would go for thr lenovo. I just cent be bothered with zopo..

    • Guest
      October 7, 2014

      Exactly. Why, oh why they don’t have two SIMs! Great design, awesome specs and…… one SIM. Really!?

    • Seth Alpine
      October 8, 2014

      Cause now, certains operator manage to give you two number on the same sim 😉
      Lenovo Z2 is nice, but not 4k h265 recording, i prefer the Meizu.
      Or the Zp999 if it have the 4k rec h265 and all the 4g band which are usefull in my country

  16. Tarts
    October 6, 2014

    I would get the one THAT DOESNT LOOK LIKE A SHOVEL.
    Seriously, why are all of these phones with a 5-5.5 screen. It is supposed to be a phone, not a freaking tablet.

    Just make a 4.5″ smartphone, 3000mah battery, 720p screen (its more than 300ppi so the human eye cant make a difference with 1080p), 2GB ram and a decent CPU like this latest MTK. It would be the best phone ever

    • Fenix2412
      October 6, 2014

      Well there is a difference between 1080p and 720p even on 4.5″ but it’s not that noticeable so 720p is enough… Also these phones are designed for asian market where they love phones with big screens.

    • Guest
      October 6, 2014

      I totally agree with you. I would however add dual sim functionallity, an sd-card slot with support up to 64 Gb cards and proper GPs connectivity (cause that lacked on various other MTK soc’s).

    • Guest
      October 6, 2014

      I totally agree, that’s why i want a phone like jiayu 5s or 4s with mt6595

    • eliHd
      October 6, 2014

      And good camera like oppo f7a or xiaomi mi4. Although I personally would never buy oppo products ever again and advise people NOT TO BUY OPPO as their software support is the worst I.e. my oppo f7a is on android 4.3jb and its October 2014 and no kitkat! However the camera on f7a is very good! Shame really!

    • Guest
      October 7, 2014

      And don’t forget that the camera should have O.I.S. too! 😉

    • Andi Sykes
      October 7, 2014

      Yep, that would really be nice

    • POY
      October 7, 2014

      ” 4.5″ smartphone, 3000mah battery”

      I’ma stop you there

    • Stef
      October 7, 2014

      Jiayu G5s…

      Hope they’d release jiayu g5s turbo (mt6595, 3gb ram, proper camera) it would be the perfect phone, I’m telling you.

    • POY
      October 7, 2014

      That didn’t have a 3000mah battery… The note 3 has a 3200mah battery and thats 5.7″. Even thl 5000 is 5″

    • Stef
      October 7, 2014

      But they do, they even offer a special backplate. I mean I’ve used the phone using my G4’s battery + backplate + special phone case and it would last forever.

    • Stef
      October 7, 2014

      In fact that’s how it look (3000 backplate + 3000 case)

    • Stef
      October 7, 2014

      and yes the battery life is impressive. That’s why jiayu is the king of phone sized phones…

    • Andrei Shevchuk
      October 7, 2014

      5″ is ok, as long as it has thin bezel. Like width <70mm and thickness <9mm.
      5" screen with 16:9 aspect ratio (90% of smartphone screens today, I think) has width of just 63mm, while today's 5" smartphones are usually 72mm and more, so there really is some crap to cut 🙂

    • Dels
      October 8, 2014

      Just wait for Meizu MX4 Mini

    • Tarts
      October 8, 2014

      http://www.gsmarena.com/dualsim_meizu_mx4_leaks_with_yunos_in_tow-news-9781.php
      It will most probably still be a 5″ phone. I miss the days when mini actually meant a smaller version…

    • Tarts
      October 8, 2014

      With a phone with 5″ screen, you arnt fully able to COMFORATABLY use the phone one handed. Im sure you will argue with that. But I repeat, holding it in one hand and reaching every inch of the screen comfortably.

    • Tarts
      October 8, 2014

      Why, 2000-2300mah is pretty standard for phones sized 4,5″, but they are also only like 7-8mm thick. Who really needs that. Im pretty sure most here will accept 10mm thickness if it meets all the mentioned stuff.

    • Andrei Shevchuk
      October 9, 2014

      I won’t argue with that, as this is subjective, depending on one’s hand size and personal definition of “comfort” 🙂 But I am using my 5″ smartphone every day with one hand, and 90% of the time interaction is comfortable. Cut bezels from 5mm to 1-2mm and it will be even more comfortable — top left corner will still be hard to reach, but apps developers are aware of it and don’t place much used controls there. That brings up a question: why would you need to reach _every_ inch of the screen? Input is not the only function of the screen, it’s also output, so screen parameters (including size) is always a compromise between the two. IMO 5″ with 1-2mm bezels is a good compromise for an average-sized human 😀

    • Guest
      October 9, 2014

      You want a smal screen buy a iPhone 4 or galaxy s2

    • griesgramix
      December 5, 2014

      i have a acer liquid e700. 5″ smartphone with 3500mah… 😉

  17. Lerel Ashley
    October 6, 2014

    Mx4 ftw

  18. Owsley_66
    October 6, 2014

    Watching for any of the new batch of 6595 phones to offer 4G for the U.S. Might have to wait a while. Maybe the MX 4 pro.

    • balcobomber25
      October 7, 2014

      I wouldn’t hold my breath waiting. Most of these phones aren’t made for the US market and until one of them actually sets up shop in the US they have no need to add US capable modems. For the vast majority of these phones North American sales are non existent when compared to sales in China, India and Europe.

  19. Allanitomwesh
    October 6, 2014

    I like coolpad,more sensible pricing. Digging the bezels in that tenaa photo but that thing looks like 6 inch.

  20. Adam Irvine
    October 6, 2014

    Zopo ZP999 if the price and availability is right…

    I had a zp998 before I got my OPO and I was really happy with it!

    I’d love to get my better half a zp999 for Christmas!

  21. balcobomber25
    October 7, 2014

    I don’t really get caught up in the mediatek vs qualcomm debate. I could care less which one is in my phone as long as it gives me reasonable performance, looks nice, has good software and doesn’t break the bank. Right now I wouldn’t buy any of these phones because they are all ugly to me.

  22. martin
    October 7, 2014

    for me smartphone with 5″ 1080p its good with the latest MTK.

  23. Don Rogers
    October 7, 2014

    I look forward to reviews of these new 6595 mobiles, but I would really be interested in a Jiayu mobile with the 6595 SOC I have an original Jiayu G3 which I consider to be the best Chinese phone that I have purchased, by todays standard slow and out of date but a reliable and so far never gone wrong. So I cannot understand why there is no news of any kind from this company in the last 3 months.

    • October 7, 2014

      JiaYu have gone dead quiet no idea what they are up to these days

      • stachu
        October 7, 2014

        maybe they did their homework from last releases. Ones that were delayed by 4-5 months. Hope they are working on phones and will announce those when will be ready. Still happy with my G4S so no rush to change 🙂

  24. balcobomber25
    October 7, 2014

    I don’t really get caught up in the mediatek vs qualcomm debate. I could care less which one is in my phone as long as it gives me reasonable performance, looks nice, has good software and doesn’t break the bank. Right now I wouldn’t buy any of these phones because they are all ugly to me.

  25. Ert
    October 7, 2014

    Andy, please enlighten me on something.
    I think there is a huge delay with 6595, it’s already octomber and the cpu we are hearing many months now is nowhere to be found.
    Is there some problem with the production?

    • October 7, 2014

      Mediatek are just ramping up production as they do each year. I guess they have a deal with Meizu that they first must fulfil and once production is up to speed they will begin supplying other phone makers.

  26. Joe Bert
    October 7, 2014

    Any phone has dual sim?

  27. dam
    October 7, 2014

    Hi andi, what about kingsing s2 review

    • October 7, 2014

      I actually had an issue with the screen so waiting for it to be fixed

  28. Guest
    October 7, 2014

    for me smartphone with 5″ 1080p its good with the latest MTK.

  29. Don Rogers
    October 7, 2014

    I look forward to reviews of these new 6595 mobiles, but I would really be interested in a Jiayu mobile with the 6595 SOC I have an original Jiayu G3 which I consider to be the best Chinese phone that I have purchased, by todays standard slow and out of date but a reliable and so far never gone wrong. So I cannot understand why there is no news of any kind from this company in the last 3 months.

    • Andi Sykes
      October 7, 2014

      JiaYu have gone dead quiet no idea what they are up to these days

    • stachu
      October 7, 2014

      maybe they did their homework from last releases. Ones that were delayed by 4-5 months. Hope they are working on phones and will announce those when will be ready. Still happy with my G4S so no rush to change 🙂

  30. Guest
    October 7, 2014

    Andy, please enlighten me on something.
    I think there is a huge delay with 6595, it’s already octomber and the cpu we are hearing many months now is nowhere to be found.
    Is there some problem with the production?

    • Andi Sykes
      October 7, 2014

      Mediatek are just ramping up production as they do each year. I guess they have a deal with Meizu that they first must fulfil and once production is up to speed they will begin supplying other phone makers.

  31. Guest
    October 7, 2014

    Any phone has dual sim?

  32. Guest
    October 7, 2014

    Hi andi, what about kingsing s2 review

    • Andi Sykes
      October 7, 2014

      I actually had an issue with the screen so waiting for it to be fixed

  33. someone
    October 7, 2014

    could you tell us where or how to get the mogu m7?the only place i found it was their official website which doesn’t provide international shipping.
    you should create a service that buys a phone in china for us and send it internationnally ,because i trust you more than any chinese international reseller

  34. billybloggs
    October 7, 2014

    Ideally an upgraded Jiayu G5 with at least a 3000 mAh battery 720p or 1080p, I don’t care which. screen. certainly none of the above. People always ask me what my JiaYu G4 Octacore is and are astounded by the quality.

  35. someone
    October 7, 2014

    could you tell us where or how to get the mogu m7?the only place i found it was their official website which doesn’t provide international shipping.
    you should create a service that buys a phone in china for us and send it internationnally ,because i trust you more than any chinese international reseller

  36. billybloggs
    October 7, 2014

    Ideally an upgraded Jiayu G5 with at least a 3000 mAh battery 720p or 1080p, I don’t care which. screen. certainly none of the above. People always ask me what my JiaYu G4 Octacore is and are astounded by the quality.

  37. amir
    October 9, 2014

    I Like iuni 4 or alike to have MTK6595…they have shown that they can do very good(unlike gionee with super overpriced phone-of course comparing with these flagships of china)

    ZTE Must also have sth in his sleeves..they must not be this silent..they are planning sth…now,too many companies and selecting only one choice had become so difficult…miss the old days which only one or two was our winner…;-)

  38. Guest
    October 9, 2014

    I Like iuni 4 or alike to have MTK6595…they have shown that they can do very good(unlike gionee with super overpriced phone-of course comparing with these flagships of china)

    ZTE Must also have sth in his sleeves..they must not be this silent..they are planning sth…now,too many companies and selecting only one choice had become so difficult…miss the old days which only one or two was our winner…;-)

  39. sam
    October 9, 2014

    Waiting for a mt6595 phone from Xiaomi. *o*

  40. Guest
    October 9, 2014

    Waiting for a mt6595 phone from Xiaomi. *o*

  41. smallbit
    October 10, 2014

    And what about the integrated amplifiers (DACs)?
    I don’t want to carry an addtional mp3-player because a smartphone should also do so.
    My ZP998 is noisy, silent, without bass-range, with massive harmonic distortions and speaker and the microphone are insufficient.
    After the horrible ZP998 (Yamaha)-DAC, I won’t buy anymore a phone without a soundcheck.

  42. Guest
    October 10, 2014

    And what about the integrated amplifiers (DACs)?
    I don’t want to carry an addtional mp3-player because a smartphone should also do so.
    My ZP998 is noisy, silent, without bass-range, with massive harmonic distortions and speaker and the microphone are insufficient.
    After the horrible ZP998 (Yamaha)-DAC, I won’t buy anymore a phone without a soundcheck.

  43. SheyMo
    October 20, 2014

    got anyone updates about the grand 5 ?

  44. SheyMo
    October 20, 2014

    got anyone updates about the grand 5 ?

  45. Fairy
    November 1, 2014

    My question would be “when will it be sold internationally?”

  46. Fairy
    November 1, 2014

    My question would be “when will it be sold internationally?”

  47. theonewithoutname
    November 7, 2014

    Hi, i fell like this is a good place to ask: Does the new MT6595 have wolfson audio chip integrated? Or is this just a rumor? I’m waiting for mediatek phones with good audio quality since long…

    • theonewithoutname
      November 11, 2014

      soo… no Wolfson chip in it? How about audio quality with these phones?

  48. Guest
    November 7, 2014

    Hi, i fell like this is a good place to ask: Does the new MT6595 have wolfson audio chip integrated? Or is this just a rumor? I’m waiting for mediatek phones with good audio quality since long…

    • Guest
      November 11, 2014

      soo… no Wolfson chip in it? How about audio quality with these phones?

  49. Abel Edison Zapata Romero
    January 3, 2015

    Hi, i found in the internet a copy(or clone) from Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-9800 N910 with a processor MTK6595, is amazing, you can found here:

    http://jxhk3c.com/?Product/Samsung/Galxay-Phone/Samsung-Galaxy-Note-4-IV-SM-9800-N910-Clone.html

  50. Guest
    January 4, 2015

    Hi, i found in the internet a copy(or clone) from Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-9800 N910 with a processor MTK6595, is amazing, you can found here:

    http://jxhk3c.com/?Product/Samsung/Galxay-Phone/Samsung-Galaxy-Note-4-IV-SM-9800-N910-Clone.html

  51. phone buyer
    January 20, 2015

    All features look very attractive and perfect but the most important of smartphone is MOBILE NETWORK SIGNAL not good at all. It does not work.

  52. Guest
    January 20, 2015

    All features look very attractive and perfect but the most important of smartphone is MOBILE NETWORK SIGNAL not good at all. It does not work.

  53. Peter Jared
    February 22, 2015

    Hi everybody, well i want to talk about a good smartphone, the Siswoo R8 Monster possess very interesting specifications:

    Soc:Mediatek 6595 octacore
    RAM: 3Gb
    Display: 5.5 inches
    BAttery: 3350 mAh, Li-Ion
    OS: Android 4.4.2

    What do you think about?

  54. Guest
    February 23, 2015

    Hi everybody, well i want to talk about a good smartphone, the Siswoo R8 Monster possess very interesting specifications:

    Soc:Mediatek 6595 octacore
    RAM: 3Gb
    Display: 5.5 inches
    BAttery: 3350 mAh, Li-Ion
    OS: Android 4.4.2

    What do you think about?

  55. Guest
    February 23, 2015
  56. Guest
    February 23, 2015
  57. March 8, 2015

    Five months on and it’s come down to a battle between the Meizu MX4 ($319) and Lenovo Vibe X2 ($217). The Zopo ZP999 comes with the slightly weaker MT6595M and costs $310; the Mogu M7, also packing the MT6595M, can be yours for $278 on AliExpress — highly dicey; the Coolpad Grand 5 is still vaporware as far as I’m concerned.

    Even though the Vibe X2 also comes with the weaker MT6595M, it’s software may be more optimized than Meizu’s Flyme since it actually beats the Meizu MX4 in a number of tests according to this article:

    http://www.gsmarena.com/lenovo_vibe_x2-review-1181p5.php

    The pound-for-pound (pardon the pun) performance king is definitely the Lenovo Vibe X2.

  58. 10basetom
    March 8, 2015

    Five months on and it’s come down to a battle between the Meizu MX4 ($319) and Lenovo Vibe X2 ($217). The Zopo ZP999 comes with the slightly weaker MT6595M and costs $310; the Mogu M7, also packing the MT6595M, can be yours for $278 on AliExpress — highly dicey; the Coolpad Grand 5 is still vaporware as far as I’m concerned.

    Even though the Vibe X2 also comes with the weaker MT6595M, it’s software may be more optimized than Meizu’s Flyme since it actually beats the Meizu MX4 in a number of tests according to this article:

    http://www.gsmarena.com/lenovo_vibe_x2-review-1181p5.php

    The pound-for-pound (pardon the pun) performance king is definitely the Lenovo Vibe X2.

  59. Dante
    December 29, 2015

    I am a time traveller and i want to warn you people of the past that none of these devices except the Mx4 has done anything cool ( the X2 a little bit) 0 support for the zopo and mogu , zero updates stuck on kitkat , while the mx4 is awaiting an upgrade to the mighty marshmallow! 4.6 you ask? WRONG Its android 6.0 the beautiful , powerfull and strong one ( also resistant cuz Dose)

  60. Dante
    December 29, 2015

    I am a time traveller and i want to warn you people of the past that none of these devices except the Mx4 has done anything cool ( the X2 a little bit) 0 support for the zopo and mogu , zero updates stuck on kitkat , while the mx4 is awaiting an upgrade to the mighty marshmallow! 4.6 you ask? WRONG Its android 6.0 the beautiful , powerfull and strong one ( also resistant cuz Dose)

  61. Sare
    June 27, 2016

    prejudice was seeing this post and I would recommend this site: http://www.mygatre.net/smartphone-meizu.html

    where you can buy the meizu smartphone with very quick shipment.

  62. Guest
    June 27, 2016

    prejudice was seeing this post and I would recommend this site: http://www.mygatre.net/smartphone-meizu.html

    where you can buy the meizu smartphone with very quick shipment.