Camera samples and benchmark results from Meizu's latest monster – the MX4 Pro – surface
The MX4 Pro is supposed to be the "beefed up" version of the company's MX4 flagship – the same phone, which dominated AnTuTu's results for Q3 2014 – and will add up to it with a larger 5.5" screen, fingerprint sensor, and a bump in the specs – the SoC will now be a Samsung-made Exynos 5430, the RAM – 3 GB, the GPU will be a Mali-T628, and the battery has been upgraded to the whooping 3,350 mAh.
Looking at the benchmark scores, it doesn't seem like the MX4 Pro will be the one to knock its predecessor off the pedestal, but they still show an adequate, powerful device. Meizu promises the new flagship to be the "gamer's best friend" and we can't wait to put that statement to the test.
The packaging is neat, with the bare essentials – charger, USB cable, and a pair of earphones, packed in a way that reminds us of you-know-who. If there are any other goodies in there - the picture, at least, does not reveal them. The MX4 Pro retails in China for a starting price of $410. There is no word on whether it will be available worldwide, though, it's a safe bet that it will be – through Meizu's online shop, at least. The phone will be available in 3 colors – grey, sand yellow, and white.
Craving some samples from the 20.7 MP sensor already? Well, help yourselves to the gallery below!