Back in December, we told you that a quad-core version of the Meizu MX would be introduced in May, and now we have more details on this.
Chinese website CNMO cites “trusted sources”, saying that the new Meizu smartphone will indeed be released really soon – hence May is definitely a possibility. Moreover, the website notes that the handset will feature 2GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal memory – unlike the dual-core version, currently available with 1GB of RAM, and only 16GB of internal memory.
The quad-core processor inside the new Meizu MX is likely going to be a Samsung Exynos 4412 (this is also expected to power the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III). As for the smartphone’s OS, this should be based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
It remains to be seen if the quad-core Meizu MX looks exactly like the dual-core edition (pictured above), or if its design has been slightly tweaked.
Update: the quad-core Meizu MX has been officially announced. It will be released starting June.
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