The Meizu MX will be powered by 1.5 Ghz Exynos 4412 quadcore processor that overclocks at 1.8GHz the same of what is being used on Samsung smartphones and loaded with a customized Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and a revamped UI from its Meizu MX dual core predecessor.
The phone will have a 4 inch ASV display with 960×640 pixel resolution similar to the iPhone display resolution but is using a lower 292 ppi pixel density due to its larger screen size.
The CPU being used, Meizu claims will reduce power consumption of the phone up to 20% and the battery capacity offered will be 1700 mAh for longer usage.
The customized Android ICS will be called Meizu Flyme OS. It will have a dual camera with a 8 megapixel rear camera equipped with an f/2.2 lens.
The new Meizu MX quadcore phone is expected to be sold in China by June this year with price for its 32GB version at $480 in mainland China and $400 in Hongkong. Meizu does not have international partners to make the phone locally available in other countries but anyone can order it directly from China from various B2B sites such as Aliexpress once it is made available.