Meizu MX4 Pro Review Video


meizu mx4 pro review

I finally had some time this week to put together the Meizu MX4 Pro review as a video. Audio, performance, camera’s and Flyme are all covered inside!

I was lucky enough to be at the launch of the Meizu MX4 Pro in Beijing last year, and although I had posted a first impressions video of the phone, and a full Meizu MX4 Pro written review, I had trouble to finally get around to making a video review.

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Early this week though the opportunity arose and sat down for a few hours and uploaded the below Meizu MX4 Pro video review. Also, as requested I have shown the front facing camera, made an audio test for the external speaker and also gone over some of the unique features of Flyme 4.1.

Watch The Meizu MX4 Pro Review

Meizu MX4 Pro – Conclusion

Overall I’ve been very impressed with the Meizu MX4 Pro, it is a high-end phone with some very nice security features and flagship hardware. Flyme 4.1 really shines too, and I’m impressed with Meizu’s efforts to enable easy one-handed operation.

Where to buy a Meizu MX4 Pro?

So far the only issue with the Meizu MX4 Pro, for international readers (those of you outside China), is where to get the phone at an affordable price. In China the MX4 Pro starts at just 2499 Yuan ($402), where as on Meizu’s official Meizumart site the price starts from an incredible $579!

There are also official European resellers who sell the MX4 Pro (and other Meizu products) such as Topresellerstore.com, whose price is again high at $649, do offer the phone from within Europe and with a 24 month warranty.

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The cheapest price I have found so far for the Meizu MX4 Pro is on Aliexpress, where prices vary from as little as $380! However, it is always a gamble buying through such private sellers in China, and we have heard issues with fake phones, or simply empty boxes being sent.

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