Meizu’s MX4 Pro was among the smartphones of 2014 that offered affordability, combined with high-end specs and a premium design. In the midst of the gossips that Meizu may release a “Pro” model of their MX5 flagship smartphone, emerged the slightly unfortunate news that the premium HQ of Meizu will most definitely make all customers expecting the MX5 Pro a little sad.
Li Nan, The Vice President of Meizu, hinted how the MX Pro series and the rumored high-end MX5 Pro champion, will undoubtedly be scrapped in preference of an innovative ultra-premium smartphone line. This means the existing MX5 will most likely stay as the only high-end device within the product portfolio of the company.
With regards to the new HQ smartphones, Li Nan did not reveal an approximate release date for the subsequent top-end Meizu smartphone. Very important for many customers is the factor it would take Meizu a while to create a smartphone, as it cannot be developed and released so quickly.
Only a few days back, Meizu once more reclaimed its purpose to keep rocking the affordable smartphone market niche by releasing the Meizu M2, an entry-trooper that comes along with the specifications sheet and costs less than $100.