Meizu MX4 caught in the wild, ultra-thin bezels visible

The long-rumored Meizu MX4 today appeared in a photo for the very first time, this allowing us to see that the handset has very thin bezels - just as previously reported.

Published by Chinese website IT Home, said photo shows a white Meizu MX4. It’s said that the smartphone will have several versions, including one featuring a 5.5-inch display with 1536 x 2560 pixels, and one sporting a smaller, 5-inch screen with 1080 x 1800 pixels (allegedly, this is the one that’s pictured here). 

On the software side, we could see a Meizu MX4 running Flyme OS (which is based on Android), and another model possibly running Ubuntu Touch. We’re expecting the latter to be available internationally - although, of course, nothing's confirmed at this point. 

IT Home has it that the MX4 will be released in early September. Prices for the handset might start at about $320 - thus, the MX4 might give Xiaomi’s Mi4 a run for its money. Just like the Mi4, the MX4 should offer plenty of high-end features. Besides high-resolution screens, Meizu’s new flagship phone will reportedly come with 3 GB of RAM, a rear camera of at least 16 MP, and an 8 MP front-facing camera.

source: IT Home via GSM Dome

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