Jack Wong Confirms Meizu MX4 Pro will have 2K display


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This time next week we should have the Meizu MX4 Pro in our hands, and thanks to Jack Wong we can look forward to the glow of an ultra high resolution 2K display!

The rumours have long said that the Meizu MX4 Pro would use a high resolution 2K display, and today they seem to have been confirmed by Meizu’s own Jack Wong and his Weibo account. Jack Wong plays by his own rules when it comes to keeping details hidden, and while the marketing team of Meizu might have wanted to keep the screen resolution a mystery, JW went ahead with confirmation.

There are only very few Android smartphones which use a 2K QHD display (Vivo Xplay 3S, Moto Droid Turbo), so the MX4 Pro will be joining and elite band of smartphones with this high resolution panel.

Most flagship phone currently use a 1920 x 1080 FHD display (Oppo Find 7, Vivo Xshot, OnePlus One) and they are fine, but cramming in even more pixels means an even crisper and clearer image and especially helps to make text pop off the screen.

The Meizu MX4 Pro will be unveiled in Beijing on 19th November and is believed to have a Samsung Exynos processor, 20.7 mega-pixel camera and advanced Hifi audio.

[ Cnbeta ]
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3 Comments

  1. Focused
    November 12, 2014

    FHD is more than enough. Improve other screen characteristics like outdoor visibility, color accurancy and so on. No human eye can notice the difference between 2K and FHD (1K). And it saves battery on top.

    Besides that… focusing on high quality high FPS video would be awesome!! 480fps with (F)HD quality would be a blast!!

    That’s 2 things everyone should learn from Apple (Apple should learn how to make beatiful design from Meizu).

    • Seth Alpine
      November 12, 2014

      2,5k screen doesn’t mean that you’ve to display a 2,5k resolution game, appli, etc..You can run lower resolution on it and save battery. That’s why 4k screen are more interesting for mobile phone, it’s simple to emulate 2k/fullHd game on it, and it’s ready for the next step—> HMD

      Is it usefull to have high fps on mobile’s screen ? What’is the maximum frequency of display on it? 50/60hz as a regular Tv?

    • mynewphone
      November 12, 2014

      But now I can say my phone is better than yours, and that’s what’s really important. I’m not kidding.