Reduce costs and reduce the selling price to sell up, here is the new motto of the Chinese manufacturers smartphones.
Xiaomi has led the way by selling smartphones still produced but not really “cash” before issuing permits to establish a viable business model for all.
Oppo and OCT have also followed the trend, you pre-order and will ship later …
It then became clear that Meizu from remembering the lesson for the recent launch of its flagship Android smartphone the Meizu MX 4.
The company claims to have collected a number of pre-order that would talk any smartphone maker with 7.7 million pre-orders for the device launched there 10 days back at an event in Beijing.
The MX4 is one of the first powered by the MediaTek MT6595 processor (then will come the Lenovo) devices, and rival with a 20.7-megapixel Sony camera (yes the pixels are not everything but still)
It was recently announced that the MX4 cost from USD 449 for international customers for the 16GB version, a price that could be include carriage and VAT, eh eh: p
The announcement was made by Bai Yongxiang on his Weibo account and is directly Xiaomi brand to bring them a little more pressure.
The Meizu brand is back and ready to do battle with Oppo and Opo or Xiaomi
Are you tempted by a Meizu MX 4 or more for an OPO (One Plus One) or Xiaomi?
Your Chinese buddy