The Meizu MX, also an Android device, will be a 4-inch, 640x960 resolution 'dream' machine. The "MX" in Meizu MX apparently stands for "meng xiang," meaning "dream" in Mandarin Chinese.
Aside from its aesthetic appeal, it will also have HDMI-out, HSPA+ speed, 16GB of storage, and a dual-core Cortex-A9 processor. And those impressive features might explain the relatively high $548 price tag. But Wong insists the profit margin is the same as with the M9, which costs $413.
Admittedly, the MX photo looks like a dummy model, rather than a working unit. But it still gives us a good look at the physical button, and the white backing on the device. If you're looking for a high-powered alternative to the other status quo smartphones out there, you can look forward to the MX, expected before the end of 2011.
source: Meizu Me via Engadget