Meizu introducing world’s first quad-core Android?

Chinese manufacturer Meizu could be coming out with the world’s first quad-core Android – the Meizu MX.

There will actually be two versions of the Meizu Mx. A 16GB version with a dual-core processor, and a 32GB version with a quad-core processor. The Meizu MX is expected to be available only in China and should be released this September. The question is, who will provide the quad-core processor as Nvidia’s Kal-El processor is only expected next year, or at best by the end of the year.


Up to now, not much is known about the Meizu MX. All we know is that the device will feature a 4-inch display along with an 8 megapixel camera. From the sketch of the Meizu, we can say that it kind of looks like an iPhone 3GS.

What do you guys think? Would you try a Meizu?

[Via Engadget]

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