A flagship is usually a company’s best product. It’s top-of-the-line, packed with a lot of new and innovative features, but is decidedly out of reach in terms of affordability. That was how things were until everything changed in the last year or so. Now we have flagship grade devices that are accessible, without many compromises that usually come with low price points. The Meizu MX5 is one of them. Announced a month back in China, the MX5 has all the features and aesthetics you’d look for in a flagship and is quite affordable, but should you buy it? The short answer is yes and the long answer for why, is called a review, read on.
Meizu, creators of the popular MX series of devices in China, unveiled their latest premium flagship device a week back in China. At the tightly well-presented event, equipped with high resolution projectors, we were shown beautiful images of the MX5. Usually, the real deal is underwhelming compared to its more-than-perfect renders, but this time it was different. The Meizu MX5 was as beautiful as its renders, and consistently stands out from other slabs with its beautifully crafted design which is familiar, yet unique in execution. After a week with the MX5, here are our initial impressions of this beautiful device.
A new photo of the Meizu MX5 has been leaked online that shows its metal design in real life. The device seems to be a prototype as it does look a bit unfinished, particularly the region around the main camera.
Meizu launched the m2 Note earlier this month and we have already brought to you the unboxing, photo gallery of the device and a review is in the pipeline as well. Now it seems that its little brother, the m2 is gearing up for its launch at the end of the month as well.
After curved screens, looks like bezel-less is the new display trend as now even Meizu appears to want to jump onto the bandwagon. The renders for the upcoming Meizu flagship, the MX-5 shows a device with bezel-less screen.