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The Chinese manufacturer presented its Meizu Pro 6.


The much talked about, Meizu Pro 6, was officially presented today in Beijing, joining the group of Chinese manufacturers of smartphones that presented earlier this year their high-end units as Xiaomi and Huawei.

Regarding the Meizu Pro 6 users can rely on a 5.2 inches Super AMOLED display,  metal construction with 48% less integrated plastic and also iown version of 3D Touch from Apple, this time with the name 3D Press.

As The Verge says there is no doubt that with the level of internal components, Meizu has ambitions to join the ranks of the tops manufacturers, stating that it has the first deca-core processor with MediaTek Helio x25 with 4GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of internal storage space.

The camera also promises to delight of photos fans with a Sony IMX230 sensor with 21MP with a focusing speed of just 0.07 seconds. So far so impressive except the battery that is only 2,560 mAh, less than, such competing Xiaomi and Huawei and their Mi5 and P9, the two with 3000mAh.


The Meizu Pro 6 will hit the market later this month with the price of 344 euros (32GB) and 380 euros (64GB) giving choice to consumers between gray, black gold and pink gold.

meizu-pro5-officialMeizu Pro 5 is a large, 5.7-inch phone. It lives up to the ‘pro’ name with its hardware: it features the Exynos 7420 system chip that powers the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note5, one of the best performing chips out there. Meizu has also made a big jump in the quality of its design: many would be quick to notice that the Pro 5 looks a lot like an iPhone, but we would not go as far as to call it a direct clone. The materials used in the Pro 5 are sturdy metal for the body, with cutouts for the antennas, an overall design style that we’ve already seen on the Meizu MX5.

Meizu Pro 5 Specs:

  • Width78mm
  • Depth17.5mm
  • Height156.7mm
  • Weight1168g
  • Battery3050mAh(Typical value)



  • 32GB
  • 64GB


  • Gold
  • Gray
  • Silver-white
  • Silver-black


The Meizu MX2 is now official. The flagship of the Chinese brand has everything to seduce with rather impressive specifications and a pre-installed Android 4.1.

The new spearhead of Meizu has made its official debut. The Chinese manufacturer has not made any concessions on its new terminal comparable to the Samsung Galaxy S III or, rather, the Nexus 4.

It embeds a MX5S processor, a quad core Cortex-A9 architecture clocked at 1.6 GHz. This is supported by 2 GB LPDDR2 RAM.


After several appearances leaks and some of its settings, the Meizu finally announced the release date of Meizu MX, a smartphone with robust configurations, to conquer the Chinese (and the world). The launch date in China will be on January 1, 2012, and its price is about U.S. $ 470 (after conversion).

About their specs, it has a 4-inch ASV screen (960 x 640), dual-core processor Samsung Exynos, 1.4 GHz, 1 GB LPDDR2 RAM, 16 GB of storage (later, the Meizu will release a 32 GB), 0.3 MP camera on front and on rear 8 MP, a secondary microphone for noise reduction and 1600 mAh battery.

The manufacturer decided to opt for a physical button, which serves as home button. The model works with micro chip SIM mode 3G with HSPA +, in addition to having a custom version of Android 2.3.5 first (interface Flyme OS). Further, the model will receive the Android Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 4.0.


Nothing could be perfect but we can make it closer to perfect! Meizu M9 could be a example on this statement for it depressed some customers by the lack of Android Market and now it has some improvements—the update and bug fixes! Among these updates, maybe the most favored is that the Android Market is now supported! Let’s take a look what these updates are:

1. Backup-Restore speed optimization

2. Camera now supports bar-code scanner function. Other misc errors in the camera software have also been fixed.

3. Gallery application UI has been customized.

4. Maps and GTalk are not pre-installed.

5. Automatic APK install has been added, meaning once the update is complete the M9 will automatically reinstall all your apps from your SD card.

6. Misc location, service, SMS errors fixed

7. Android Market bug fixes

8. English translation fixes

9. The size of Calendar widget has been made smaller.

If you want to download the updates please go to the Meizume forums.

Broken Meizu M9 Screen


This photo here proves the Meizu M9 is not perfect to be a durable smartphone. It failed to survive a 3.5-foot drop, but at least, the handset is still working flawlessly. One more pic after the break.


Broken Meizu M9 Screen


Oh, one can replace the M9’s screen in a Meizu store. No worries.

Meizu M9, Chinese iphone, Samsung galaxy, meizu m9 reviews, meizu m9 videos

Meizu’s CEO Jack Wong has three reasons to roll on the floor this New Year. Mr. Dictator Steve Jobs is not able to shelve down the potential iPhone clone from the subcontinent, the Jan 1, 2011 shipping date is final and they are claiming the Meizu M9 has already crossed 100,000 preorders. There is news to rejoice for us as well-the Internet is buzzing with hands on videos of Meizu M9 starting from booting time to HD playback. If that’s not enough, we now bring you a lot of new photos and a faceoff with original and its best competitor.

Yep, Meizu M9 grabbed the title of super cool Android phone and sports all wonderful features of a hi-tech smartphone. Looks a little shabby and chubby compared to the stunning iPhone 4 body, but sports the same dazzling 3.5-inch touchscreen with the resolution of 960×640.

Meizu M9, Chinese iphone, Samsung galaxy, meizu m9 reviews, meizu m9 videos

It has been captured in different angles side by side with iPhone.

Meizu M9, Chinese iphone, Samsung galaxy, meizu m9 reviews, meizu m9 videos

The image clarity is good, but not as crisp and bright as the iPhone. Read more… »

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