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Meizu's Hong Kong store opens today, teases mainland Chinese fans with lower MX price

Richard Lai, @richardlai
December 15, 2011
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As per Meizu's usual elusive ways, this morning the company quietly opened its Hong Kong flagship store -- the first-ever official Meizu shop outside mainland China. And like its mainland counterparts, we're told that the new shop will be offering the MX Android handset on January 1st as well but with one significant difference: due to the lower local tax, the 16GB MX will be priced at just HK$3,099 (US$398), which is much lower than the CN¥2,999 (US$470) price in mainland. Great, looks like we'll be expecting some lines in the heart of Mongkok in about two weeks' time.

Gallery: Meizu's Hong Kong flagship store | 12 Photos


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