The day has come. Meizu has finally announced its latest flagship smartphone, MX3, and just as we’ve told you, it will be available in an array of options with built-in storage ranging from 16 to 128 GB. In addition, it also sports a 5.1-inch screen with rather impressive 180×1080 pixels resolution, Samsung’s Exynos 5 Octa chip, 2GB of RAM and an array of connectivity options. There’s also Meizu’s own Flyme UI 3.0 that runs on top of unspecified version of Android (we guess it’s 4.2.2). Price wise, the 16GB model will sell for an equivalent of $410 while the 128GB version will get $650 out of your hard-earned money.
As I’m writing this we have no indication Meizu will bring the MX3 to the West. It may sell in few countries surrounding China but that’s about it. We would love to see this and few other Chinese phones (Xiaomi?) in our local store shelves but I guess that would require some extra effort on the side of handset makers, including dealing with local regulations, finding distributors, reaching a mutual ground with carriers, certifications and so on. Then again, if Oppo can pull it off, what’s stopping Meizu? That said, we’re eager to know – would you buy the Meizu MX3?