Chinese smartphone companies are slowly making a name for themselves. With companies such as Huawei, ZTE, Oppo, and Xiaomi producing increasingly impressive but unfortunately China-only products, it’s such a pity that the rest of the world can’t own these phones.
Another impressive Chinese maker would be Meizu, who have just released the successor to its MX and MX 4-core flagship smartphones. Called the MX 2, it takes the crown as the non-phablet smartphone with the sharpest screen: at 4.4 inches and sporting a resolution of 1280 x 800, the MX 2 has an impressive 343 ppi pixel density.
Of course, that’s not all. There’s a 1.6GHz quad-core processor coupled with a generous 2GB of RAM, and ships with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with Meizu’s Flyme 2.0 UI. In addition, there’s an 8MP rear shooter with f2.4 lens that is capable of 9 shots per second. And, Meizu is also proud to highlight its super slim 3.15mm bezels to fully display the super sharp screen of the MX 2.
And of course, the best part of all China-exclusive smartphones: the MX 2 will be released in storage options ranging from 16GB to 64GB, with prices starting from only $400.