After seeing a leak here… and another one there— Meizu’s MX3 is officially official and is intent on making a major splash out in the mobile world. As Meizu’s newest flagship model, the MX3 comes with a svelte design (139.9×71.9×9.1mm in total thickness) and comes with all sorts of serious meat inside. Among the noteworthy features are a 5.1-inch display with a 1080p display and 415ppi, a Samsung Exynos 5410 octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, an 8MP camera with 2MP FFC and Android 4.2 underneath Meizu’s Flyme custom UI skin. As nice as those features sound, the real kicker is with the MX3’s built-in storage capacity— the device will be available in a 16GB model all the way up to an astounding 128GB, which should probably help to alleviate most consumers storage issues with their mobile devices.
For now, it looks like this device will only be available in Chinese markets for now at a price ranging from CNY2,499 (roughly $410 USD) for the 16GB model to CNY3,999 (roughly $650 USD) for the 128GB version, though the device is also expected to arrive in a WCDMA version which should make it cellular-friendly with European and American markets.
source: Phone Arena