Meizu announced the MX3, a Chinese high-end smartphone which is more expensive than many Japanese and Western smartphones.
Meizu introduced MX3 Smartphone with the great fanfare. Once again the new smartphone from Chinese manufacturer has nothing to envy to the western style, either in terms of specifications, or that of the interface.
Meizu MX3 sports a 5.1-inch LCD screen manufactured by Sharp that displays a unique definition of 1800 x 1080 pixels, a ratio of 15:9 and a resolution of 415 pixels per inch. Its borders are not as expected by 2.9 mm.
The MX3 is also based on the same chip as the Samsung Galaxy S4, consisting of a Exynos 5410 quad-core A15 1.6GHz, four cores of 1.2 GHz A7 take over and a PowerVR SGX GPU 544MP3. It is associated with 2 GB of RAM as well as 16, 32, 64 or even 128 GB of internal memory. No other smartphone offers this kind of onboard memory.
In terms of photography, the new Chinese flagship stands by a sensor of 8 megapixels, but it’s a retro-exposed to Format 1/3/2 inch Sony CMOS, and it is associated with a lens f/2 of sapphire and a processing chip dedicated to Fujitsu providing electronic stabilization and burst capture up to 20 i/s. It films naturally at Full HD 1080p at 30 frames/s. It also has a front sensor of 2 megapixels.
The MX3 finally stands on audio, since there is a dedicated controller that features a high-end Wolfson brand associated with a dedicated headphone amplifier too. The phone boasts a high signal-to-noise of 113 dB and a low distortion rate of 0.002%. The unit also has 3 microphones, as Moto X, to improve call quality.
The phone is based on Android 4.2 with 3.0 Flyme, translated into English interface. In terms of connectivity the MX3 has NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi N dual band, but sticks to the 3G HSPA+. It will probably be marketed in China, but the popularity of the brand could be imported by specialized resellers, as were its predecessors, as it is compatible with Western cellular networks. Its price ranges from 2,500 to 4,000 yuan, from 300 to 500 euros.