Nokia and Meizu to collaborate on a new MX4 phone, rumors say

Nokia and Meizu to collaborate on a new MX4 phone, rumors say
Meizu's MX4 and MX4 Pro are very well made, powerful, and relatively affordable smartphones, which are, unfortunately, not that readily available to western markets. Apparently, Meizu does have the desire to sell its phones outside of Asia, however, it fears the handsets might lack a certain appeal to westerners' tastes – if this latest rumor from China is to be believed, that is.

A number of tech blogs have reported that Meizu will be partnering up with Nokia on a MX4 Supreme (alleged code name) – a smartphone, which will retain the shape and razor-sharp bezels, signature for Meizu's recent flagships, but will have its coloring, hardware, and software decided upon by Nokia. The phone will still bear the Meizu moniker, since the Finnish company is still not allowed to commercialize phones under its name, due to the Microsoft deal.

How about it, guys – anyone excited to see a Nokia phone sticked in a bezelless Meizu design come to fruition?


source: TechWeb (translated) via GizChina

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