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November 28, 2012

Meizu MX2

by TGN

God created everything that breathes in my opinion. The rest is all made by China ūüôā

Samsung Galaxy Note 2

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Dual Sim.

Lately China has been getting a number of different high end smartphones. Not just that but we recently saw Samsung Galaxy Note 2 with a dual sim being released specifically for them.

The latest high end Android to be official is the Meizu MX2. This is definitely not just a knock off but one super device. The inside is as pretty as the outside featuring a Samsung-made 1.6GHz, Cortex-A9 quad-core processor, 2 GB RAM, a 4.4-inch 347ppi (1,280 x 800) gapless display with 3.15mm bezel, an 8 MP camera with SI F/2.4 camera and a choice of 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of built-in memory. The usual front-facing camera, dual-mic noise cancellation, MHL video output, S/PDIF audio output, a non-removable 1,800mAh battery, Bluetooth 4.0 and HSPA are all present. These specifications are enough to take on any current smartphone in the market. On top of all of this it runs on Android 4.1.(Flyme 2.0, which infact is a heavily customized android Jelly bean) All this power, dependant on the memory will cost you  retailing for $400, $480 and $640 for an unlocked device.

The extremely thin bezel around the screen gives this phone an extremely impressive look.Personally I love the look and feel of the Iphone 5 and I cant help but notice how similar Meizu looks to this.

Unfortunately¬†no word on its international release, and most likely they wont ever be one but if¬†you’re¬†lucky enough to have someone in China or be there make sure to get it as this device¬†shouldn’t¬†be missed.

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