Meizu confirmed today that its flagship Android v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Smartphone – Meizu MX Quad-core would be released in China in June.
As the name suggests it would be a quad-core Smartphone powered by Samsung’s Exynos A9 chip with 32nm HKMG technology. Meizu didn’t reveal the clock speed of MX Quad-core ‘s processor but they did claim that the new phone would be 60% faster than the dual core variant and its GPU would also get a 50% performance boost.
Samsung’s Exynos A9 chip won’t only make the Smartphone more snappier but would also make it more power-efficient. The new Smartphone would consume nearly 20% less power than previously launched phones. It has a 1700 mAh battery that should provide users with enough juice for an entire day’s work. Also, the new Smartphone carries a custom version of Android v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
Meizu MX Quad-core Smartphone would come equipped high-definition ASV display with 292 ppi pixel density; if the new Smartphone retains the 4-inch display, we might see a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution display on this device when it released in China, this June. The device also features a brilliant 8-megapixel rear camera for capturing high-quality pictures and high-definition videos.
Meizu would release this device in China for about HKD $3099 and $4099 for the 16 GB and 32 GB variants respectively, that’s $400 and $530 in United States. In order to make way for the Quad-core device, Meizu has reduced the price of its dual-core variant to $2599 HKD or $330; starting from today.