Meizu and Xiaomi have been running head to head, even dubbing their models with very similar nomenclature — Xiaomi using Mi3/Mi4 and Meizu using MX3/MX4. mx4-antutu-review-1

The first MX4 Antutu scores showed in the 35,000 range, but a new Antutu score for the upcoming Meizu MX4 has now been leaked to the net showing the MX4 scoring an astronomical 52,811.

The new score is possibly due to the Meizu MX4 “high version” using a 2.2GHz version of the MT6595 SoC. If the results are real and not a Photoshop job, this could be likely, as the 2.2GHz version of MT6595 will be using a higher clocked GPU in addition to the higher clocked CPU, but the gap in the two scores are vast and it may be an entirely different SoC altogether.mx4-antutu-review

Previously reported specifications of the Meizu MX4 include 1920*1152 display, 20.7mp main camera, use of “aircraft-grade magnesium alloy” materials and something I really like — a circular home key. As I’ve written often in the past, all it takes is one or two subtle and easily implemented changes to make a mobile unique and stand out in the crowd.

Meizu is holding an official new conference on September 2nd and we will be giving a full Meizu MX4 review of specifications then.

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Meizu and Xiaomi have been running head to head, even dubbing their models with very similar nomenclature -- Xiaomi using Mi3/Mi4 and Meizu using MX3/MX4. The first MX4 Antutu scores showed in the 35,000 range, but a new Antutu score for the upcoming Meizu MX4 has now been leaked...
Meizu and Xiaomi have been running head to head, even dubbing their models with very similar nomenclature -- Xiaomi using Mi3/Mi4 and Meizu using MX3/MX4.<span id="more-5205"></span> <img class="aligncenter size-medium325 wp-image-5207" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/mx4-antutu-review-1.jpg" alt="mx4-antutu-review-1" width="250" height="408" /> The first MX4 Antutu scores showed in the 35,000 range, but a new Antutu score for the upcoming Meizu MX4 has now been leaked to the net showing the MX4 scoring an astronomical 52,811. The new score is possibly due to the Meizu MX4 "high version" using a 2.2GHz version of the MT6595 SoC. If the results are real and not a Photoshop job, this could be likely, as the 2.2GHz version of MT6595 will be using a higher clocked GPU in addition to the higher clocked CPU, but the gap in the two scores are vast and it may be an entirely different SoC altogether.<img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-5206" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/mx4-antutu-review.jpg" alt="mx4-antutu-review" width="485" height="470" /> Previously reported specifications of the Meizu MX4 include 1920*1152 display, 20.7mp main camera, use of "aircraft-grade magnesium alloy" materials and something I really like -- a circular home key. As I've written often in the past, all it takes is one or two subtle and easily implemented changes to make a mobile unique and stand out in the crowd. Meizu is holding an official new conference on September 2nd and we will be giving a full Meizu MX4 review of specifications then.



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