Gold Meizu MX4 now officially on sale


gold meizu mx4

Meizu have finally released the gold version of the Meizu MX4 internationally after announcing the phone in September 2014.

The Meizu MX4 has been available in its original grey colour since launch, but the silver and gold options have taken a few months to finally go on sale outside of China. The international version of the gold Meizu MX4 can be ordered through Meizumart or Meizu’s Amazon store, and comes with the International version of Flyme 4 that includes support for multiple languages. Ordering through Meizu Mart also includes free shipping.

The Meizu MX4 boasts a 5.35-inch display, super narrow bezels, 2GB RAM, octacore MT6595 processor, LTE and a powerful 20.7 mega-pixel rear camera. International pricing for the MX4 begins at $469 for the 16GB version.

[ Meizu News, Amazon]
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3 Comments

  1. lemaitre
    February 10, 2015

    Meizu really deserves better than its place. they made great efforts with their latest model by offering more colors, beautiful shots of accessories and correct prices! they did much better than Xiaomi and others. Alibaba has understood the potential of Meizu. Xiaomi should take an example of Meizu

    • Anonnf
      February 10, 2015

      Still, I hear software is plagued with some bugs, battery is not that good and flymeos simplicity can sometimes be irksome. Xiaomi, on the other hand, has delivered a very solid smartphone, the mi4, which is an all rounder blessed with frequent updates and a much more mature OS.
      I’m really attracted to the looks of the mx4 but after having had a mi4 in my hands, I was incredibly impressed by the quality. Which is why my next phone will be a xiaomi, coming from a Find 7A.

    • MaxPower
      February 10, 2015

      Where did they exactly do it better? Colors? Maybe. Not price since the MI4 costs 150$ less. Accessories? Xiaomi made bamboo covers and the pistons.Xiaomi software is more mature and gets weekly updates. It’s a good phone, don’t get me wrong,but at that price Meizu has no chance at all