Here’s the Meizu MX, the successor to one of the most popular Android handsets in China, the M9. So, here’s our complete unboxing and hands-on impressions on this “Designed in China, Made in China” Android smartphone. Read on to see how it takes on the iPhone 4S, Galaxy Nexus and Xiaomi!
Alright, Meizu CEO Jack Wong has been teasing the MX handset for some time now, and today the phone has been delivered to many Chinese tech websites for reviewing. We have collected the best photos, and picked the best video to let you know what does the thing feel like.
What’s more, the MX is capable to take panomara shots using the built-in camera app. Check out the two panorama shots taken from the MX below,
Flyme offers a visual appearance rather similar to Apple’s iPhone, has features such as searching your handset (a function that is very similar to Apple’s Find My iPhone feature), issuing a remote lock request to the MX and most interestingly, Flyme comes with remote wiping capabilities. Flyme stores user’s music, photos, documents, and more. And wirelessly pushes them to all the user’s MX.