Today was the day many of us had been waiting for, the launch of the Meizu MX4 Pro, here are the complete specifications and hands on photos.
Early today Meizu sent out emails to the media confirming that the Meizu MX4 Pro will be launched in November.
Vice CEO of Meizu, Li Nan, has continued it conversation about the Meizu MX4 on Weibo by confirming the phone will launch sometime in November.
The cat is well and truly out of the bag, Meizu bosses have mentioned the Meizu MX4 Pro on Weibo, so it is time to look over those leaks and details with a fine tooth comb.
Late last night images from souces close to Meizu released images that claim to confirm the price and partial specs of the flagship Meizu MX4 Pro smartphone.
According to reports, Samsung could be working on its own series of GPUs for its popular Exynos series of chipsets!
Remember the leaked Meizu MX4 screen we posted a few days ago? Well apparently that is from the standard MX4, not the flagship version!
Speculation and rumour hits Weibo as Meizu MX4 fever goes in to overdrive with rumours including a potential launch date to an actual price.
Meizu’s next generation flagship phone will obviously be the best yet. Rumoured specs though have the Meizu MX4 pegged as a possible “Flagship of the year” award.
Following on from Meizu rumours early this month, are details that the next Meizu phone will launch at just $320 to directly compete with Xioami phones.
The Meizu MX3 is still one of our top picks when it comes to a top end Chinese phone, even more so when you can save 30 Euros when buying within Europe.
Jack Wong has gone on the record and confirmed that his companies next flagship phone, the Meizu MX4 will continue to rock a octacore Samsung processor.
Samsung re-introduced the 2 year old Galaxy S3 in the Chinese market, but with some differences including dual SIM support.
Popular manufacturer SmartQ have unveiled their latest offering in the SmartQ Ten5, a tablet with a 9.7 inch screen and a dual core Exynos processor!
GooPad have somehow secured a supply chain for the 8-core Samsung Exynos Octa 5410 processor to build their own GooPad N8, Galaxy Tab 3 alternative.
Now and then we come across a tablet which checks all the boxes. The Voyo A15 is certainly one of them and could possibly be one of the most powerful tablets on the market!
We’ve seen some great advances in mini Android tablets from China, so what about the larger screen offerings. Take a look at the Voyo A15 11.6-inch Android tablet and see for yourself.
We wondered just how long it was going to take for a Samsung Galaxy S3 mini clone to turn up, but didn’t realise the knock-off …