A year ago, we told you that the CEO of Meizu addressed fanboys about their pursuit of Android. Then, a few months ago we told you that the company known for iPhone lookalikes was poised to launch the Meizu M9 with Android 2.1. Today we get more details.
In a post on the company’s forum, CEO Jack Wong said he plans to launch the Meizu M9 in October with Android 2.2, a 960×640 pixel screen, an updated Wi-Fi module, and completely customized Android UI. Take a look at a few screenshots:
In April we were also teased with the idea that the Meizu M9 would have three variations of keyboards. I guess that’s up for debate as the few details and screenshots above are all we get for now.
October would be a nice timeframe, but as widely reported, expect delays and limited availability outside of China… at least initially.
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