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Subtle aesthetics meet raw power

Meizu MX4 Pro

from TechRadar (18 days ago)

Meizu has done a wonderful job with the MX4 Pro, combining impressive build quality and raw power with intuitive software, to produce a great user experience. Unlike many Chinese smartphones, it doesn't come with the normal risks associated with importing and though more expensive than in China, th... More


Great screen, superb fluidity, a solid user interface and impressive multimedia credentials

Meizu MX4

from Digital Versus (about 1 month ago)

In sum, the Meizu MX4 is pleasantly surprising, especially after the sluggish MX3. The device doesn't have any major flaws and even manages to challenge its far more costly high-end competitors across the board. Granted, it's not completely free from fault—the lack of memory card and removable... More


Manages to couple high quality and an affordable price tag

Meizu MX4 Pro

from Android Authority (2 months ago)

The MX4 Pro serves as a great example of the growth we’re seeing out of China. Just a few weeks back at CES 2015, we got to see a few high-quality but affordable devices from Chinese companies, and that is a trend that looks to be on the rise.Meizu is in the thick of this trend with a phablet... More


Sharpened up

Meizu MX4 Pro

from GSMArena (2 months ago)

The Meizu MX4 Pro is every bit as good as the MX4 - in terms of looks and feel, build quality, connectivity and the custom Flyme OS launcher. The thing is most people probably have no idea just how good the stock MX4 is. But if the MX4 was an easy one to slip under European users' radar, the Pro ver... More

Nice design, excellent audio, and smooth performance

Meizu MX4 Pro

from PhoneArena (3 months ago)

The Meizu MX4 Pro builds up on the successful formula of the Meizu MX4: it keeps the signature simplistic, good-looking design and the futuristic minimal screen bezel. At the same time, Meizu is out competing with top flagships here: it includes a flagship-grade Quad HD display that looks fine, an a... More


Attractive, premium design without breaking the bank

Meizu MX4

from Android Authority (3 months ago)

With the MX4, it seems like a tantalizing deal. A beautifully crafted device with a huge 1080p display, all for under $450? That sounds like a no-brainer. Unfortunately, the OS is filled with bugs, the battery life is a huge let down, and the camera struggles to take acceptable photos in anything bu... More


Beautiful hardware is marred by buggy software

Meizu MX4

from Cnet (4 months ago)

The Meizu MX4 may look like it has what it takes to be a great phone, or at least an interesting one, but it's plagued by a bug-ridden operating system that fails to deliver a positive experience. I would recommend staying away from it, until Meizu manages to get the OS in order. 


Snappy overall performance with very sturdy and ergonomic design

Meizu MX4

from PhoneArena (5 months ago)

A worthy flagship device that can be had for the price of a much inferior upper-mid range phone from a brand like Sony, LG, or Samsung. That said, do keep in mind that the phone ships from Hong Kong, and all warranty-related repairs will have to be carried out there as well. So it follows that the M... More


Good specs and display

Meizu MX3

from Android Authority (about 1 year ago)

"Made in China." A term that is unfortunately saddled with a negative connotation in regards to quality – however, in the smartphone space, companies are making moves to reverse this notion. With offerings like the MX3, we think they are succeeding – and we are very excited to see them c... More

Machine that'll be able to compete with a look that's smooth and abilities that are quite nice

Meizu MX3

from SlashGear (about 1 year ago)

Meizu continues to impress with their latest smartphone entry here with the MX3. We were already impressed with the abilities of the Meizu MX all the way back in 2012 - here two generations later, things have only gotten better. While we wouldn't recommend a USA-based consumer to pick this model up... More

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