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August 02, 2014

Novo7 Tech could bring Meizu MX3 in the country

As suggested by the recent teasers that was uploaded on their official Facebook page, Novo7 Tech, the same company that brought THL smartphones in the country, could possibly make the Exynos 5 Octa-powered Meizu MX3 available in the Philippines.

Meizu MX3 specs:

5.1-inch full HD (1800 x1080) IPS display, 412ppi
1.6GHz Samsung Exynos 5 Octa 5410 octa-core processor
PowerVR SGX544MP3
2GB RAM
16/32/64/128GB internal storage (non-expandable)
3G/HSPA+
NFC
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 4.0 w/ A2DP
USB OTG support
8MP rear camera, LED flash
1080p video recording @30fps
2 MP front-facing
GPS w/ aGPS support, GLONASS
Wolfson Audio Chip
Li-Ion 2,400mAh battery
Android 4.2 Jellybean w/ Fyme 3.0 UI
139 x 71.9 x 9.1 mm
143g

As of the time of writing, Novo7 Tech is mum about the local pricing of the Meizu MX3 and the exact date of when it’s going to hit the local stores. But based on our previous report, the 16GB model of this 5.1-inch smartphone retails for CNY2500 (Php18,000) while the 128GB version is being sold for CNY4000 or almost thirty grand in our local currency.

Exynos 5 Octa-powered Meizu MX3 officially unveiled

19 Responses to “Novo7 Tech could bring Meizu MX3 in the country”

  1. easy e says:

    Magaganda ang product line-up ng Novo7, hindi nga lang napapansin. Recently, may isang THL phone na kagaya ng mi3 ang spec (hindi ko maalala ang model) ang binibenta nila ng P10600 din. Medyo mahal ang MX3.

  2. polytektek says:

    Bad move… Wala masyado demand ng meizu dito pinas. Ilabas nyo na ang ThL 5000, Novo7 Tech!

  3. archie says:

    Saw it on their FB. Wala man lang caption or small info. Pinost lang yung picture na parang batang nag-upload ng selfie. Novotech should teach their FB admins on proper handling of business FB page. Believe it or not, maraming naghahanap ng meizu 128gb sa pinas at napakapabaya ng Novotech kung hahayaan nilang maturn off ang mga tao sa mga childish tactics nila sa fb.

  4. gadgeteer says:

    I will not buy this. good luck sa novo7tech, what a waste of money.

  5. Zobel says:

    Walang LTE at JB lang for 18K? Really? Mas nahihibang pa yata to sa Starmobile, Alcatel at Oppo.

  6. lol says:

    bad experience sa novo7tech. bought a tab from them in 2012, sandali lang nagamit tapos sira na. pabalik balik service center. then they offered yung ifive mini nalang dagdag lang ng cash. after one week sira agad yung lcd, and ayaw pa nila ireplace kahit bagong bigay lang samin. and wala na daw sa warranty yung item kahit bago palang. had the tab repaired and after 2 months nasira uli yung lcd. just sharing my experience from them guys.

    • archie says:

      Out of warranty kahit bago pa yung unit? DTI ang katapat ng mga ganyan. Malinaw na lemon ang nabili mo sa kanila.

    • bad xp says:

      same here… nasira yun thl t100 ko…3 months palang saken. then pinawarranty ko sabi sira daw yun board and have to pay 6k for the board… la kwenta yun warranty di kasama yun parts. hay sayang lang pera jan!

  7. Paul says:

    kunin niyo yung 128 gb or 64 gb will gladly trade my Oppo Find 7a for that :)

  8. turon says:

    18k? mag g2,nexus5 or note3 neo nalang ako.

  9. someguy says:

    what kind of resolution is 1800×1080? Dude, aspect ratio!

    • bob says:

      oo nga no, copy paste na mali pa haha writer

    • psikick says:

      tama ang nilagay na 1800 x 1080 na resolution ng MX3.. ganun talaga yung resolution nya… google muna pag may time…

    • someguy says:

      @psikick

      I know tama yung nilagay sa specs, I’m more concern about Meizu using that specific resolution. Kaya sabi ko hindi ba alam ng Meizu ang aspect ratio

    • archie says:

      Tinanggal na nila yung pictures ng Meizu sa FB. Baka click bait lang para makakuha sila ng likes o tatanga tanga lang yung admin magpost na walang go signal.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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