Much like some of its biggest competitors, Meizu is taking a new approach to its lineup offering two similar yet wildly different handsets under the same family name. The MX4 ... Read More »
Meizu has launched quite a few Android-powered phones to date, but unfortunately for those of us in the U.S., we’ve yet to see the Chinese manufacturer’s hardware make its way stateside. That’ll be changing soon, because Meizu announced today that it sees the U.S. as an “untapped market” that it plans to enter ... Read More »
Earlier, we reported that Samsung has figured out a way to enable all eight cores in its Exynos 5 Octa at one time. Heterogeneous Multi-Processing, or HMP, would assign low level tasks to the smaller A7 cores, while bigger tasks such as ... Read More »
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While most of us are fussing over the new Samsung Galaxy S III or the HTC One series, MEIZU has released the MX 4-Core. As the name implies, the Android 4.0.3 handset features a quad-core processor – the same 1.4GHz Exynos Cortex A9 chipset found in the European version of the Samsung Galaxy S III. ... Read More »
Today Meizu announced that their MX Quad-core phone was coming to Mainland China and Hong Kong in June. We normally don’t cover too many Asia-only phones, but Meizu is boasting that this device is the first smartphone in the world to use Samsung’s brand new quad-core Exynos 4412 processor.
We find this detail rather ... Read More »