Meizu plans to begin selling smartphones in the US next year

Brad Molen
B. Molen|12.18.13

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Brad Molen
December 18th, 2013
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Meizu plans to begin selling smartphones in the US next year

Meizu, a smartphone company based out of China, has been on the scene for a long time -- it just hasn't officially made its way to the United States (outside of a few online importers, of course). Meizu's ready to expand its offerings to the other side of the Pacific starting next year, however. The company hasn't specified exactly which devices will be available here, but we're crossing our fingers that the 128GB MX3 will make an appearance with US-friendly frequencies. According to Meizu's press release, the manufacturer "believes there's room in the U.S. market for another player," and is looking at this expansion as a long-term strategy rather than a one-off. Meizu also mentions that we'll be seeing more of the company's lineup at CES, so stay tuned.

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