Meizu MX3 could look a lot like the HTC One
Not long after it introduced the MX2, China-based Meizu is now getting ready to launch its follow-up, called MX3. Just last week, we told you that the MX3 would sport a 5.1 inch display with Full HD (1,920 x 1,200) resolution. Moreover, the new handset seemingly has a Samsung Exynos 5 Octa processor – the same used in some Galaxy S4 units.
Apparently, a render of the MX3 showed up recently (see below). If this is legit, the smartphone’s design isn’t too different from the design of the MX2, but the extremely narrow bezel makes it look a lot like HTC’s One flagship (already available in some markets).
Display and processor aside, we don’t know the rest of the MX3’s features. In any case, Android Jelly Bean should be on board, plus a rear camera of at least 8MP, front-facing camera, 2GB of RAM, several internal storage options, and MicroSD card support.
As for when the MX3 is going to be released – Meizu gave no hints at this. But it could happen sometime in the summer. The MX2 – which has a 4.4 inch display with 1280 x 720 pixels – currently costs about $400 (16GB version), so the new model will almost certainly not be cheaper than that.