Meizu MX4G To Show At CES – May Have A 2k Screen
The Meizu MX4G is now confirmed to show at CES 2014. The previous phone from the chinese company , the Meizu MX3 was a very good smartphone with Galaxy S4 like specs. It even had a 1080p screen coupled with a Exynos 5410.
Meizu MX4G To Star At CES 2014
According to reports, the upcoming MX4G will have a 2k screen, with a resolution of 2560 x 1536 the PPI comes out to be a massive 542. This is more than both the Galaxy S4 and the iPhone 5s. This is a huge upgrade from the previous Meizu MX3 which had a 5.1" screen with a 1080p resolution. The remaining Spec sheet of the MX4G however is Blank at the moment.
From the name it is quite evident that the MX4G will have 4G support, a feature which was sorely missed in the Meizu MX3. The Meizu MX3 also holds the record of being the first phone with 128 GB of inbuilt memory. However the first 2K phone is the Vivo Xplay 3S.
"Meizu has delivered a solid smartphone and an interesting alternative to the mainstream Android flagships.. This is Android like you've rarely seen it before and, if you don't mind experimenting, the Meizu MX3 is one of few phones that dare do things differently without making a mess."
Meizu phones utilize the "Flyme OS" which is a heavily modified and "Gesture related" form of Android. With Meizu MX3 having such good reviews we can safely say that the MX4G will also not disappoint. CES will unravel many surprises so stay tuned till CES 2014.