Keepin' it real fake, part LXIX: Meizu gets a taste of its own medicine
Poetic justice at its finest. Meizu, which has received loads of criticism for knocking off Apple's iPhone with the forthcoming M8, is now facing turned tables thanks to Shenzhen Gold-East Electronic Company. The MP046 may resemble any vanilla PMP at first glance, but if you take a closer look at the control pad, the link between it and the M6 becomes crystal clear. This knockoff of a knockoff artist's work comes with 256MB to 2GB of internal storage and includes a two-inch LCD, FM transmitter, image viewer, a variety of EQ modes, and support for MP1/2/3, WMA, and ASF file formats. No word on price, but if you're interested in taking on the minimum order quantity of 200 pieces, be sure and phone 'em up for the latest bulk discount.
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