Ladies and gentlemen, the Meizu MX4 rumors have started! We’re hearing that the Chinese company will have not one but two different versions of its 2014 flagship device. The Pro model will, obviously, be the one to look for, as it may sport a 5.4- or 5.5-inch screen with resolution of 2560 x 1536 pixels and an aspect ratio of 15:9.
The more affordable, “regular” version will be “stuck” to 5-inch full HD screen, getting its power from MediaTek’s octa-core chip. Furthermore, both phones will be available with built-in LTE connectivity in markets where such capability makes sense.
But that’s not all. The report at GizChina goes on to suggest that Meizu will unveil a Lytro-like capability in its camera app. What this means is that users will be able to re-focus the image after the photo has been taken. That’s pretty powerful and we can’t wait to see how that works. Meanwhile, the same feature is available for select Nokia Lumia smartphone through the Nokia Refocus app.
As for whether the Meizu MX4 series will ever be available in the West, we can only hope they will be included in the company’s global ambitions that apparently include expansion to the U.S...