New Meizu MX3 to be announced on September 2
Chinese smartphone maker Meizu is getting ready to introduce a new high-end handset that will be the successor to the well-received MX2.
As mentioned several times before, the upcoming handset is called Meizu MX3. The Chinese company will host a launch event on September 2, when all the official details about the device should be unveiled.
If previous rumors are correct, the MX3 will feature a 5.5 inch (or maybe 5.1 inch) Full HD display, Samsung Exynos 5 Octa processor, 2GB of RAM, 13MP rear camera, and an 8mm-thin case. The new smartphone should run Flyme 3.0 OS, which is seemingly based on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
Here’s what the MX3 supposedly looks like (it’s the one on the right):
Like the MX2, the Meizu MX3 will probably be a China-only device. But, who knows, maybe the company will think the time has come test other markets as well. After all, Huawei and ZTE are quite successful not just in China. We’ll let you know what happens.