Meizu MX4 With YunOS Goes On Pre-order Today

By 02:12 Thu, 22 Jul 2021 Comments

The Meizu MX4 has been on sale for a while now but Meizu in partnership with Alibaba are launching pre-orders for a YunOS version of the smartphone. The pre-orders start today and discontinue on November 10, they are for China only for now.

To reserve an MX4 you'll need to deposit CNY 99 ($16), just create sure the payment goes through by November 10. The total price of the handset is CNY 1,800 for the 16GB model, the same price as the FlymeOS-powered version of the device. The price translates to $295/€232 though it's not clear when – and if at all – the handset will acquire a retail launch in the west.

If you're wondering what's the incompatibility between the FlymeOS that Meizu normally uses and the YunOS for this model, the respond is not much. Yun is based on Flyme and incorporate all its features (both are ultimately based on Android), though retail giant Alibaba has added its own performance, security and cloud tweaks.

The specifications of the phone remain unchanged – a 5.36" phone with 1,152 x 1,920 pixel resolution (418ppi), MediaTek MT6595 octa-core chipset (Cortex-A17/A7), a 20.7MP capturing camera with 2160p video capture, LTE Cat. 4 and, unfortunately, no microSD card slot. So think twice before pre-ordering the 16GB model.

Note that this isn't the rumored Meizu MX4 Pro handset, which is quite similar but has a QHD classy screen instead. Also note that a Gold-color version with FlymeOS went on pre-order yesterday.

Thanks to Chris for sending this in!

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