Meizu might not be a name that a lot of people are familiar with but it is slowly gaining popularity especially with its high quality smartphones. In fact, it is also one of the few that is jumping to the quad-core bandwagon and the phone that will make this happen is the Meizu MX 4-Core smartphone.
This smartphone comes with a 4-inch screen with a pixel density of 292PPI which is certainly quite high as compared with most phones today. The Meizu MX 4-Core makes use of a 1.4GHz quad-core processor which runs relatively fast although there is no official benchmark on it yet. It also has an 8MP camera and also supports a faster HSPA+ connection which promises speeds up to 21.6Mbps. You will need to use a microSIM card for this phone although this is already common amongst carriers today.
Another unique thing is that the Meizu MX 4-Core will come with the Flyme OS which is a heavily modified Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android. However, as compared with its Gingerbread counterpart, this one is much faster. The price tag for it is around $400 for the 32GB version or $530 for the 64GB version. Those that want to take the leap of faith on this phone can certainly do so because we doubt that the carriers here would want to offer a subsidized version of the phone.