While the MX3 is the Chinese company’s current flagship smartphone, and users were expecting it to get the latest software anyway, the MX2 was introduced in late 2012 - so it’s great that Meizu is committed to bringing KitKat to it.
We should note that both the MX3 and MX2 come with Meizu’s own FlyMe UI, so they don’t offer a vanilla Android experience. The two handsets can be found in lots of markets around the world (usually being sold unlocked).
As a reminder, Meizu said that an LTE-capable variant of the MX3 would be officially released in the US in the third quarter of the year. Later this year, Meizu should also start selling Ubuntu-based smartphones.
source: Meizuhui via Meizufans