Meizu MX4 Pro already received 6.7 million reservations in China

Meizu MX4 Pro already received 6.7 million reservations in China
Last month, Meizu announced its newest high-end smartphone: the Android KitKat-based MX4 Pro, which should go on sale in China in the near future.

While it doesn’t look too different from the Meizu MX4 that’s been available since September, the MX4 Pro packs more advanced features, including a 5.5-inch display with an unusual 1536 x 2560 pixel resolution and a 546 ppi density, an octa-core Exynos 5430 processor, and an mTouch fingerprint sensor that’s protected by sapphire glass. All these, coupled with a decent starting price (around $400), have made the MX4 Pro a very attractive handset. Meizu announced that 6.7 million Chinese customers have already registered their interest to buy the MX4 Pro.

While it’s possible that not all of those 6.7 million customers will end up getting the new handset (since registrations aren’t the same as pre-orders), Meizu is almost certainly going to sell millions of MX4 Pro units in no time.

Meizu didn’t say if it’s planning to release the MX4 Pro in other markets, but the smartphone has a product page over at the company’s international website (see the second source link below). Would you buy an MX4 Pro? 

sources: Meizu (in Chinese), Meizu MX4 Pro global webpage via GizChina
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