Meizu MX5 will be Snapdeal exclusive, expected to launch on 26 Aug in India

The Chinese manufacturer, Meizu is all set to launch its flagship device Meizu MX5 in India. The smartphone will be available from August 26 exclusively on Snapdeal, the registrations to buy it have already started.

Meizu MX5 sports a 5.5-inch Full HD super AMOLED display at 401ppi with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. It is powered by a 2.2GHz MediaTek Helio X10 SoC octa core processor coupled with PowerVR G6200 GPU and 3GB of LPDDR3 RAM. The smartphone is packed by 3,150 mAh battery with fast charging capabilities, which the company claims can get charge up to 50 percent in just half hour.

It runs on the latest Android Lollipop 5.1 based company’s own Flyme OS 4.5. On the camera front, the MX5 sports a 20.7 megapixel rear autofocus camera with capability to record 4K videos. And on the front it has 5 megapixel snapper. Other features include fingerprint sensor and mCharge technology.

The Meizu MX5 will come in 16GB/ 32GB/ 64GB storage variants. However the company hasn’t revealed its price yet, looking at its Chinese variant it is expected to start from Rs 18,000.

For more detailed information about the launch and features of Meizu MX5 in China click here.

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  1. Haha, I’ve been putting a sheet of paper on my taeblt for years too. It does feel a lot better and I feel I make better drawings with it. I’ve also recommended some friends to try it out, but they don’t like the texture and prefer the slippery plastic/glass feel. Whatever rocks their boat, I guess I use a medium size Intuos4 and cut my paper to match the size of the sensor . I find it confusing to just lay a whole sheet over the Wacom. I’ve also removed the rubber grip on my pen, as I found it too bulky. Without the grips the pen feels alot thinner, like a real pencil, and I find I have better control over my strokes that way. I don’t use the side buttons, so I removed them too.Another reason why I remove the grips is cause in time it becomes sticky, which I find uncomfortable.Another thing I use to prevent the sweating and dirtying of the paper is that I wear a very thin glove (sort of like comic book artists use) and cut the middle, pointing and thumb sleeves at the first knuckle, leaving only the ring and pinky fingers covered. But I’ve seen Wacom sell proper gloves for use especially with the Cintiq.

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