Meizu has announced the availability of its MX quad-core smartphone, which also runs on the latest of Google’s mobile operating system – Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
According to the Chinese smartphone maker (Chinese), the handset will officially launch as the Meizu MX quad-core and will carry various performance improvements and overall experience due to its faster chipset.
The processor embedded within the new mobile device will feature a 32nm High-K Metal Gate quad-core Samsung Exynos chipset with four Cortex A9-based cores (unannounced clock speed).
Juice from this upgraded handset has improved to 1700mAh and Meizu made sure that it caters to all ages with five different back cover colors, which now allows the quad-core version to distinguish itself from the original.
A Meizu-customized Flyme OS will run on top of the stock Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, but other than those new features, specs are similar to its predecessor.
The Meizu MX quad-core will be available in 32GB and 64GB versions, and will hit the Chinese market at ¥2,999 (US$480) and ¥3,999 (US$635), respectively.