Meizu MX will have HDMI-out and HSPA+, expected by the end of 2011

Meizu MX will have HDMI-out and HSPA+, expected by the end of 2011
Less than 4 months ago, Meizu released the Meizu M9, which was an extremely attractive and capable Android device. And Meizu's Jack Wong is already teasing us with images of the upcoming Meizu MX, previously known as the M9II.

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

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4. janehornygurl unregistered

My nipples are red nd sore

5. haroonazeem638

Posts: 141; Member since: Mar 29, 2011

Go to the doctor...or come to me

1. gambino37

Posts: 146; Member since: Oct 16, 2009

Apple lawsuit all the way.

6. haroonazeem638

Posts: 141; Member since: Mar 29, 2011

yeahh unbelievable. Looks like they even broke samsung's record on copying the iphone

7. clevername

Posts: 1436; Member since: Jul 11, 2008

Apple actually tried to have them stop selling the m8 and m9 handsets because they were very similar. Can't remember if apple got their way.

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