A familiar look from a Chinese super-phone
November 24, 2014
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A Chinese firm called Meizu has just released one of the most advanced smart phones on the market. Despite its cutting edge features, it looks remarkably like the iPhone 6, the phone which sold millions of units within hours of the official release.

The new phone is called MX4 Pro, and comes with an impressive 8-core processor, 2k+ display and a fingerprint scanner. The brand even has its own user interface for the phone called Flyme OS 4.1 which will run in addition to Android Kit Kat.

The 8-core processor is made by Samsung, combining the power of 4 2 GHz cores with another 4 1.5 GHz cores. Also under the hood is 3 GBs of RAM. As for imaging capabilities, the phone boasts an amazing 20.7 megapixel camera on the rear made by Sony, with a 5.1 megapixel front facing camera, capable of auto-focus and 1080p video recording.

Even though the phone’s look is extremely close to the iPhone 6, with its round shape, slick metal body and protruding camera, the MX4 completely blows most phones out of the water with its specs. They have even built their own touch-pay system called mPay which is activated by the finger print scanner in their slightly square home button.

The deal really seems to get sweeter and sweeter with this phone the prince range for the three different models go from $410-$510, with memory options consisting of 16, 32, and 64 GB. The phones will be available in a familiar color scheme as well; silver, gray, and gold.

by ryan

Writer, Photographer, News Junkie. You can often find him experimenting in the kitchen or planning his next trip. Also a big fan of documentaries, he is eager to constantly learn more about this world we live in. Send him an email at ryan@t3me.com

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