- Andy Boxall , Digital Trends
The OS is quirky, the hardware gorgeous, and the camera takes super pictures.
- Brian Barbosa , Android Authority
The MX4, with its brilliant display and alluring design is one of the most beautiful devices Meizu has made yet, but is marred by an inconsistent experience.
Reviews (7.1/10 Avg. rating)
Rare, quirky, and fun
There’s one word that sums up the Ubuntu Mobile-powered Meizu MX4 — quirky. It’s a little like the first few versions of Android. Limited app support, less than perfect UI, and not very refined, but crucially, full of promise. The quirkiness makes it hard to recommend to anyone considering defecting from Android or iOS, or someone who wants to use the phone every day. Without some key apps, it may end up being frustrating, or worse, not realistically useable each day. I certainly found it that way, and couldn’t carry it as my sole device purely because it didn’... Full review
Great screen, superb fluidity, a solid user interface and impressive multimedia credentials
Attractive, premium design without breaking the bank
Beautiful hardware is marred by buggy software
Snappy overall performance with very sturdy and ergonomic design
A worthy flagship device that can be had for the price of a much inferior upper-mid range phone from a brand like Sony, LG, or Samsung. That said, do keep in mind that the phone ships from Hong Kong, and all warranty-related repairs will have to be carried out there as well. So it follows that the MX4 has to deliver, and deliver in full.
Well, to a very large extent, it does. The design isn't anything jaw-dropping, but it's still fairly attractive and the phone is very sturdy and comfortable to use for its screen size. The display is pretty great, too, and performance is also top... Full review
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