According to new rumors by MyDrivers, Meizu and Samsung will soon be in bed together for the former to fit one of the latter’s latest silicon into a new smartphone. That’s right, the Meizu MX3 could be coming to us later this year with Samsung’s Exynos 5 Octa chipset stuffed inside. The handset will reportedly be a 5.1 inch device with a ridiculous resolution of 1,920×1,200.
Despite the size, the device should be even more of a joy to carry than the MX2 as we’ll apparently get super-thin bezels to cut down on size and a heaping bowl of ugly. On the software front, another Smart Bar app is expected to be introduced, as well as Weibo integration and a new music service. We shouldn’t expect this thing to launch outside of China and other parts of Asia, but it’s still something worth getting excited about.
Although Meizu doesn’t have much traction outside of its homeland it is still doing a fine job of cementing itself as a premier device OEM. We’ll continue to pray to see these beautiful handsets in places like Europe and North America someday, but for now all we can do is dream about what could have been.
[via Unwired View]
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