Chinese smartphone manufacturer Meizu has just revealed that they will be officially unveiling their next flagship, the Meizu MX4 on September 2. It looks like the first couple of weeks of next month are due to be very, very crowded in terms of new device launches.
The MX4 will run Flyme OS 4.0, the latest incarnation of Meizu's interpretation of Android. The phone has been rumored to come in at least two different versions, a 'base model' and a higher-end version.
The higher end model is expected to feature a 5.4 - 5.5 inch touchscreen with 2560x1536 resolution, and a 20.7 MP rear camera (supposedly the same unit found on the Sony Xperia Z2). The device will be powered by Samsung's octa-core Exynos 5433 processor and have around 3GB of RAM. It's also been rumored that all of the MX4 variations will come with support for 4G LTE, though that will probably only work for Chinese networks.A
The base model will retail for CNY 2,499 ($406 or €303), so we can expect the high end version to cost more.
source - Weibo | GSMArena