Chinese mobile phone maker Meizu is gearing up for the launch of its MX2 smartphone in a few weeks, and some more details on the device are now available.
The handset is said to be priced at only 2,599 yuan ($417 / €328) when released, which would make it one of the most affordable high-end devices out there.
The price is said to have been attached to the 16GB flavor of the mobile phone, while the 32GB variant is said to cost 2,999 yuan ($481 / €378), GizChina reports.
Although sporting a low price, the smartphone will still include high-end specs and features inside, it seems.
According to the latest reports on the matter, the Meizu MX2 will arrive on shelves with a quad-core processor inside, clocked in at 1.6GHz, as well as with a 4.4-inch HD touchscreen display.
Leaked photos with the mobile phone have already emerged online, showing a thin bezel, though the entire size of the device appears to have remained the same as that of Meizu MX, which suggests a larger screen.
Moreover, the mobile phone is said to sport an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, most probably with support for full HD video recording.
Furthermore, rumor has it that the device will be powered by Google’s Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, and that Meizu might also load FlyMe 2.0 on top of it.
The handset vendor has already confirmed plans to make the new mobile phone official in China on November 27, yet there’s no info regarding its possible launch outside the country.
In fact, UnwireView suggests that the smartphone might never leave its homeland market, the same as it happened with its predecessors.
With only 11 days left until the handset is made official, we should simply wait to learn more details on its specs and availability, so stay tuned for additional info on the matter.