As you may already know, we are building up to the launch of our new store this coming Monday (13th July) with daily phone giveaways. This weekend we have 2 great phones to win.
The Ubuntu version of the Meizu MX4 is was the device I really wanted to get my hands on at MWC. Keep reading for my first impressions of the Meizu’s latest below.
Ubuntu for phones has been shown off by BQ and at MWC Meizu will show the MX4, but what if you want Ubuntu Touch right now? Well if you have a OnePlus One then you are in luck.
Meizu have finally released the gold version of the Meizu MX4 internationally after announcing the phone in September 2014.
Over the past few weeks we have highlighted entrylevel and mid-range phones for your Christmas lists, and now it is time for the money no object phones. Here are the top flagship phones you can buy this Christmas.
The Meizu MX4 launched a little over 2 months ago and as you may already remember Andi managed to review the phone and put it through …
The fact that there is a white version of the Meizu MX4 is hardly a secret but a new glossy white version is!
With the imminent arrival of the Zopo ZP999, many customers are wondering which is a better buy, the new MT6595 Zopo or the powerful Meizu MX4?
Meizu have rolled out an update to the Meizu MX4 in the form of Flyme 4.0.2I including some nice tweaks and, most importantly, Google Play support built-in!
Xiaomi have not taken the launch of the Meizu MX4 well. The 1799 Yuan Meizu has seriously blindsided the Beijing phone maker who look set to retaliate with a lower cost version of the Xiaomi Mi4.
Read the full Meizu MX4 review, the worlds first Mediatek MT6595, LTE phone from China. Can it compete with Qualcomm phones from rivals?
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Video: Meizu MX4 unboxing and hands on video. Learn more about Meizu latest smartphone and the worlds first MT6595 phone in this hands on video.
Meizu had already confirmed the lack of steel in their next device, and have confirmed that they will be using Magnesium alloy instead.
Just in are these purported images taken at the WaterCube in Beijing showing Meizu MX4 banners!
With Xiaomi bigging up their use of 304 stainless steel in their next phone, it quite surprising to hear Meizu will stop using it in their next phone.
We have heard rumours that Meizu would launch an LTE device, now a photo taken at a Meizu store says we should expect at least 4 x LTE phones.
Meizu have been keeping things very quiet with the run up to the Meizu MX4 launch. Even the usually vocal Jack Wong has taken a step back, but interesting leaks and teasers are starting to surface.
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.