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Meizu MX4 confirmed with OctaCore CPU and LTE module

During the last few hours on the net, we have made statements that we can feel quite reliable regarding the top range of another Chinese company that has products with great value for money and a nice place in the most popular brand rankings in the world: we are talking about Meizu..

After the great success of the Meizu MX3, Octacore cpu device that can take advantage of 4 core for extreme use and 4 for more "everyday" use, the Chinese company is getting ready to let us know about the next top of the range, the Meizu MX4.

Confirmations come directly from Jack Wong, CEO of Meizu, which through its profile of a Chinese social network confirms the almost imminent arrival of the company's next flagship.

It is not yet clear which CPU brand will be integrated into the MX4; maybe there will be a proprietary chip, or Mediatek or Qualcomm, but for sure, according to the statements released, the chip will be a super Octacore optimized for high performance and low power consumption thanks to the custom graphical interface; the FlyMe OS.


UPDATE: latest rumors about a Samsung Exynos CPU 5430 with 4 cores at 1.5Ghz A7 and 2 cores A15, the first with 64-bit architecture to be mounted on an Android device; in addition, the resolution of the display will be 2560 x 1440 2K and compatibility with 4G LTE networks.

The Meizu MX4 will be presented with the updated FlyMe OS for Android 4.4 KitKat and could be presented in June.

We are waiting for further confirmation from the company.

via | Sm @ rty

Simone Rodriguez
Simone Rodriguez

Blogger, but above all passionate about technology. I am part of a generation that has passed from the cathode ray tube to smartphones, making me witness to an unprecedented technological evolution. From 2012 I assiduously follow the Xiaomi brand that with the conveyance of various projects led me to realize, the home of all the Italian Xiaomisti. Write me: [email protected]


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