First of all, Meizu is a popular company that competes with Huawei, ZTE and others. It released the MX1 and MX2 so far, and now it’s MX3’s turn to show its face (and back) in leaked images. The first thing we noticed was the LED illuminated home button, of which we were uncertain about, giving the pro and con rumors. The handset looks good in its silver-ish cover. It is 70.94mm wide, 139.96mm high and 8mm thick. The leaked photos are pretty interesting, as the measures look as if they were pencil-drawn on paper, around the device that sits above, rather than on the computer.
Specs-wise, the MX3 features a 5.1-inch Full HD display and a Samsung Exynos 5 Octa processor, with 2GB of RAM. If you’re thinking of photos, you’ll get a 13 megapixel rear-facing camera, so they’ll be pretty good. Internal memory varies from 32GB to 64GB and culminates with a 128GB version. The handset is said to be running Flyme 3.0 which, according to our source, is a skinned version of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. No rumors on the price tag or release date yet, though. The smartphone seems to have both beauty and performance, all wrapped in one.
However, we do have some bad news, too. The previous handsets from the producer were only available in China, and we expect this one to follow the same path. Also, the specs weren’t confirmed by the company so far. You might be able to buy the MX3 online, but there’s no reason to do so and not be able to use it, considering that it probably can’t be decoded. If you live in China, maybe you’ll consider at least letting us know when the handset in out.