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Chinese Meizu MX quad-core smartphone gets priced and spec'd

Sharif Sakr
September 19, 2011
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The trickle of Meizu MX news continues: we're on target for a late September release in China, with a price tag of ¥4,999 ($780 converted) for the 32GB quad-core brute and ¥3,999 ($625) for its less monstrous dual-core 16GB sibling. Both phones are powered by A9 processors, although it's not yet clear if the quad-core chip is same as the Samsung engine in the PlayStation Vita. The 4-inch screen will be 960 x 640 and overall thickness will stay within the 10mm (0.4-inch) threshold. No doubt we'll have the full low-down from Engadget Chinese as soon as it launches.

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