After the Xiaomi Mi-3, another upcoming Chinese smartphone is in the news today. That’s because we received the first bits and pieces of information regarding the Meizu MX3. This will obviously be the followup to the MX2 launched in December. Keep in mind that this is all an unconfirmed rumor at this point, though.
The MX3 will apparently sport a Samsung Exynos 5 Octa processor, namely the 5410 model that will also power the recently announced Samsung Galaxy S4. The display of the next Meizu handset will be a 5.1-inch 1,200×1,920 touchscreen, keeping intact the aspect ratio found in its predecessor while heavily increasing the pixel count, as is customary in this day and age.
To alleviate the issues that such a huge screen may introduce in one-hand operation of the device, Meizu will fit the MX3 with incredibly narrow bezels on the sides of the screen.
That’s it for leaked specs this time around, but once these things get started, they never stop – so do expect more details to pop up pretty soon. It’s impossible to tell when Meizu will unveil this new offering, but it’s clear that the company doesn’t want to remain behind the curve in terms of specs.
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