Meizu MX3 is a strikingly sleek looking smartphone coming from China. It was first unveiled back in 2013, but now its maker has announced that the device is coming to the United States in the third quarter of 2014. Since the company is planning a significant expansion of its reach, it's also possible that Meizu MX3 will debut in Europe as well.
Meizu designed the MX3 with simplicity and elegance with mind. As a result, it's a minimal-looking device that brings the iPhone 3GS to mind. While its front panel is basically a single piece with just one glowing button below the screen, magnesium alloy battery cover features mildly curved edges that guarantee comfortable grip.
However, the Meizu MX3 is not just beauty. It is equipped with a large, 5.1-inch display at the resolution of 1800 x 1080 pixels (15:9), eight-core Samsung CPU, 2GB of RAM, 8 megapixel camera with Sony sensor and f/2.0 aperture, and built-in support for NFC technology. The smartphone comes in various storage options, which range from 16GB to 128GB. All its components are controlled by Meizu's own operating system dubbed as Flyme OS. It is based on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and offers a good-looking interface as well as a number of unique features.
Official pricing and exact release date of the international variant of MX3 were not revealed, but we expect them to come up in the next few months.