Renowned Chinese phone manufacturer Meizu has made its entry into the French market with the launch of its flagship smartphone, the Meizu MX3. This phone runs a homegrown fork of Android 4.2, dubbed Flyme OS 3.0, which the company claims to have “improved navigation” and “simple and fluid transitions”.
The specs of the phone are:
- 5.1″ Full HD display, at 415 ppi
- Samsung Exynos 5 octa core processor (1.6 Ghz × 4 + 1.2 GHz × 4)
- 2 GB RAM
- 2400 MAh battery
- 8 Mpx rear camera, and 2 Mpx front camera by Sony
- F/2.0 flashlight
- NFC, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0
- Dimensions: 139 x 71.9 x 9.1 mm
- Weight: 143 g
The phone will be available in France, through a number of carriers, in three of its variants: 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB, at €449, €499 and €549 respectively. There has been no word about the 128 GB variant.
Who is Meizu?
Meizu is a Chinese company taking the world by storm. In 2003, Meizu started off as a manufacturer of digital music players, and later entered the mobile phone market. Meizu’s focus lies in developing devices with sleek, elegant design and fluid user experience, for which they came up with their very own Flyme OS.
Meizu is also one of Canonical’s partners, that will launch the first devices running Ubuntu Touch OS.