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Brand

Brand
Meizu
Smartphones by Meizu

Release Date

Release date
November 2012, 6 years ago
State
Not available

Related

Successors

Design & Materials

Structure

Size
64.9 mm 124.9 mm 10.2 mm
Weight
142 g
Aspect Ratio
8:5
Usable surface
69 %
Colors
White
Print 3D Model

Screen

Diagonal
4.4"
Type
LCD IPS
Resolution
800 x 1280 px HD+
Density
343 ppi High Density
Others
  • Capacitive
  • Multi-touch
  • Without Notch

Performance & Hardware

Processor

Model
Samsung Exynos 4 Quad 4412
CPU
ARM CortexA9
Type
Quad-Core
Frequency
1.4 GHz
64 Bits
No
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Graphics

GPU
ARM Mali-400 MP4

RAM

RAM
2 GB
Type
--
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Antutu

Score
12.194
Overall performance better than 3% of devices

Storage

Capacity
16 GB
SD Slot
No
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Security

Fingerprint
No

Sensors

Fingerprint
No
Accelerometer
Yes
Compass
Yes
Gyroscope
Yes
Light sensor
Yes
Proximity
Yes
Others
Notifications LED
No
Cooling system
No

Camera

Rear

Main
Resolution
8 Mpx
Sensor
Sony Exmor
Type
CMOS BSI
Aperture
Unknow
Pixel size
--
ISO
--
Flash
LED
Optical Stabilisation
No
Slow Motion Video
No, 30 fps
Features
  • Autofocus
  • Face detection
  • Panorama
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Network compatibility

Connectivity

Bands

3G
B1 (2100)
2G
B3 (1800), B8 (900)

SIM card

Type
Single SIM (Unknown)

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Wi-Fi

Standards
802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
Others
  • Wi-Fi Direct
  • Wi-Fi Hotspot

Bluetooth

Version
Bluetooth 4.0
Profiles
  • A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)

Navigation

Supports
A-GPS, GLONASS, GPS

USB

Charging
Yes
Host
Yes
Mass Storage
Yes

SAR

--
--
What is the SAR of Meizu MX2?
Others
NFC
No
Audio Jack
Yes
Radio FM
No
Computer sync
Yes
OTA sync
Yes
Tethering.
Yes

Battery

Battery
Capacity
1800 mAh
Type
Li-Ion
Others
  • Removable

Software

Software

Operating System
Android 4.4 KitKat
Android 4.4 KitKat
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User reviews

Overall satisfaction
Not enough opinions
2 opinions
  • Screen7.9
  • Performance7.0
  • Camera7.4
  • Connectivity8.7
  • Battery7.5
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  • Auto
    Worthy smartphone

    It was bought for a long time, more than 2 years ago. At that time already it was considered obsolete, but still an excellent smartphone. Great Looks, performance, display. The only problem with the new productive games, a battery that does not pull a full day under standard loads and is strongly heated with the simplest games. The camera too old, but can still give out a decent picture (video really is not very much). Update to the technical specifications and release it in the same form factor - would be a new hit!

    Positives
    • Design
    • Display
    Negatives
    • Specifications
    • Battery
    • Camera
    • 8
    • Screen8.5
    • Performance7.7
    • Camera7.3
    • Connectivity7.7
    • Battery2.5
  • Auto
    The nicest mobile I've had.

    I have to remember that mobile is now almost three and a half years, but I have my day to day mobile spare. The best thing is for me is the screen, both in size and resolution. They are 4'4 inches to 1280x800. 16:10 I think more comfortable format to display information on the phone 16: 9, more standard but makes mobile more elongated. The battery has never been a problem for me I'm not all stuck to moving day. Good light camera gets very good results for its 8MP (again, remember that is 3½ years). The software is completely changed by the layer of Meizu. To me I do not dislike it adds certain stock options that Android does not have, such as the ability to turn on and off automatically by setting a schedule. The only thing I do not like so much weight and thickness. The construction is good, it feels solid in the hand, but the weight is considerable taking cue

    Positives
    • screen
    • Camera
    Negatives
    • Weight
    • Thickness
    • 9.6
    • Screen9.7
    • Performance9.5
    • Camera7.5
    • Connectivity9.7
    • Battery10

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  • 2.1 Design & Materials
  • 2.7 Performance & Hardware
  • 3.2 Camera
  • 2.2 Connectivity
  • 1.9 Battery
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