Meizu MX Pricing And Specs Revealed – 1st Quad-core Android Powered Device?

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On schedule for that early launch we told you guys about back in June, details on the http://phandroid.com/meizu-mx/ Meizu MX are finally leaking out. What we’re hearing is this device will launch, as previously reported, later this month with a 4.3-inch qHD screen and a quad-core Cortex A9 processor (I just got goosebumps). The device will debut in China with a 32GB version for ¥4,999 ($780) and 16GB version for ¥3,999 ($625). While this device has an almost zero chance of releasing anywhere outside its homeland of China, I’m sure that wont stop Android enthusiasts from importing the device elsewhere.

SOURCE: http://chinese.engadget.com/2011/09/19/meizu-announce-mx-16-32-gb-price-and-more-details/
 

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OMG qhd screen is hell on earth blah blah etc! J/k! It will be nice to see how a quad core phone does with heat and battey life. I'd like to see some vids of the phones speed!
 

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They better have some patents for that design, or Apple is going to sue their ass.
 

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OMG qhd screen is hell on earth blah blah etc! J/k! It will be nice to see how a quad core phone does with heat and battey life. I'd like to see some vids of the phones speed!

It will be powered by a micro nuclear reactor. Then all the Chinese need to do is export enough of these and they will have millions of nuclear warheads scattered across the globe. :D
 

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They better have some patents for that design, or Apple is going to sue their ass.
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They would have to sue in China, the country that is known for knock-offs. They already have Chinese companies making knock-off iPhones, and they even have knock-off Apple stores. What makes you think Apple would succeed in suing?
 

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They would have to sue in China, the country that is known for knock-offs. They already have Chinese companies making knock-off iPhones, and they even have knock-off Apple stores. What makes you think Apple would succeed in suing?
Oh. I didn't actually read. Didn't know it was just Chinese.
 
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