The soon to be launched Meizu MX2 is now rumored to be pretty affordable, especially considering its (also just rumored at this point) specs.
The Chinese smartphone should cost 2,599 yuan (or, at today’s exchange rates, $417 or €328) for the version coming with 16 GB of storage. If you need double that amount, you’ll have to pay 2,999 yuan (that’s $481 or €378 right this moment). This pricing has supposedly leaked today, according to GizChina.
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Of course nothing is confirmed just yet, so do take these price levels with a healthy dose of salt.
That said, the Meizu MX2 is expected to come with a 4.4-inch HD touchscreen, a 1.6 GHz quad-core processor, and an 8 MP camera. So compared to other, non-Chinese similarly specced devices, this could actually be quite cheap.
The Meizu MX2 will be officially announced on November 27 at a special event in China. Like its predecessors, we don’t expect it to be available anywhere except China.
The MX2 is the successor to the MX and MX 4-core and could launch running FlyMe 2.0 on top Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Yesterday we saw the first live images depicting this handset, and its extremely narrow bezel which will allow it to have roughly the same dimensions as the original MX, while being fitted with a screen that will be .4 inches bigger.
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