Meizu MX-4 Core – Twice Strong SmartphoneCell Phone Reviews — By Naveen Vaidhya on July 26, 2012 at 12:56 pm
The Meizu MX 4-Core is really interesting phone, and as an addition of that, Meizu itself is an amazing firm. Established by Jack Wong, it got global notoriety when its M8 smartphone depicted unwelcome comparisons to Apple’s iPhone, specifically from Apple’s lawyer, impacting in an initial end to its production run. Meizu states to be completely vertically integrated – marketing, making, and vending its phones, a start to finish philosophy, which impacts in reduced overhead and much control on its products ( you should note that Meizu doesn’t actually make all of the elements of its phones, but). And the cause it has gone that route is possibly clear to everybody at this point: Mr Wong and his frim wish to be the home-grown Chinese smartphone-maker to encounter Apple’s rising presence in country.
Design And Controls -
The Meizu MX 4-core is difficult to explain apart from its dual-core predecessor, and that is not the good way to go of an upgrade. They doubled the processing power however did not bother doing anything regarding the packaging – and to be truthful, we were not awestruck with the original. We have been over the uncanny similarity to the iPhone. Being one of just some quad-core smartphones, the Meizu MX 4- core is to be taken severely however seems like an iPhone copy does not help. This phone is completely made of plastic and we have to confess we were not huge fan of it. The screen is a fingerprint magnet and glossy white battery cover seems cheap, and does not permit a secure grip.
Meizu MX 4-core features a 4” screen that given it s3:2 aspect ratio is recognizably big than the 16:10 and 16:9 four-inch competitors. But the latest quad-core top droids come with 4.7” to 4.8”screens that dwarf the Meizu MX 4-core display. The ASV LCD unit contains 640×960 pixel resolutions that are as similar as retina display of iPhone 4 and 4S. That might have been impressive previous year; however the competition has taken a big step forward since. 720p is now the standard, so nobody is going to be much excited regarding 288ppi.
Meizu mx 4-core clicks videos at up to 1080p resolution at 30fps in mp4 files. The bitrate is about 10Mbps that is bit less for FullHD videos with AAC-encoded stereo sound. MX 4-Core’s video quality is little bit good than it was one the actual MX and will please majority users. There might be good camcorders; however MX 4-core is good above average, generating footage with enough classic detail, decent colours, and low noise.
Meizu MX 4-core is bit shocker. Just similar to actual Meizu MX, this Chinese phone has sufficient twists and shifts to keep you predicting, and interested. There we go, that is one. In case anybody estimates anything of that power to come out of China, his or her cash was most similarly on Huawei.