The Meizu MX2 is going to be officially announced later this month, on November 27. That much is clear, and the company even has a countdown clock put up on its website for this occasion.
Meizu’s newest Android smartphone was first seen in some photographs a few days ago, and now someone’s done it again. Thankfully though, this time the images are crisper and clearer, giving you a better idea of how the phone’s front fascia will look like.
Unfortunately no images depicting the device in operation have been published this time around. And we’ve still never seen its back side. But hey, at this rate, we probably will well before November 27. So stick around – we’ll give you more pics when we find them.
Rumor has it that the Meizu MX2 will come with a 4.4-inch HD touchscreen, a 1.6 GHz quad-core processor (or even a dual-core Cortex A15-based unit), and an 8 MP camera. It will probably launch running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, underneath Meizu’s Flyme 2.0 UI overlay.
The MX2 is now rumored to cost just 2,499 yuan in its cheapest version (which amounts to approximately $402 or €313 at today’s exchange rates). That’s 100 yuan less than the previously rumored starter price. Of course, 2,999 yuan was once thrown around as the amount the MX2 would cost, so at this point you need a fine grain of salt hanging around for all of these tidbits.
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