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Meizu MX5 Is Now Available On Giztop: Check Out Our Hands On Video

by Joe 10

Meizu released its flagship smartphone for the year, the Meziu MX5 at the end of last month. Retailers have already started listing the device on their websites and now Giztop has just informed us that the Meizu MX5 is available for purchase on their website.


Meizu MX5 comes with one of the value for money quotient. The company, like always has incorporated the best specs at a very affordable price tag. MX5 comes with a 5.5-inch Full HD display with 1080p resolution. Under the hood, there’s the new 2.2GHz MT6795T octa-core Helio X10 processor along with 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage (32GB and 64GB storage options also available). At the back, there’s a 20MP Sony IMX220 camera along with a 5MP front facing shooter. Finally, you also get a fingerprint scanner on the device.
You get all these specs for an affordable price tag. If you want to purchase this phone right now, you can get it directly from Giztop for just $349. That comes out to be a great price for a device with such specs.
If you want to take a look at how Meizu MX5 performs in real life, you can check out our hands on video.

Meizu MX5 Specs:
5.5-inch FHD screen, 1920×1080 pixels display resolution
– 2.2GHz MTK MT6795T octa-core processor
– 20MP Sony IMX220 rear camera and 5MP front camera
– 3GB RAM, 16GB/32GB/64GB storage
– Fingerprint scanner supported
– Support global 4G LTE-FDD network

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  • Benny

    Sorry, but the video is uninteresting.

  • DeMichaelis

    would instantly buy it when all FDD LTE Bands are supported (Band 20)

  • eliHd

    I think huawei honor 7 is better value for money

  • Albert Helingtonne

    Flyme Os consists of full buggy softwares. No, thanks after MX4 and M1 Note experience!

    • balcobomber25

      The M1 Note had some issues but on the MX4 it was rock solid.

      • Albert Helingtonne

        Same issues like late notifications, buggy flyme os apps like email, browser etc. In addition, did you taste lollipop updates? They are crappy. First, use the phones then talk about them please.

        • balcobomber25

          I never owned an MX4 but I used one several times and it was always a flawless experience. Lollipop has been a disaster on just about every system it launched on. It has been one of the worst versions of Android every launched.

  • KekrembeçPiç

    This phone isn’t impressive as MX4. Especially hardware isn’t impressive in today’s conditions. Plus, Flyme Os 4 has had fundamental bugs like late notifications and buggy softwares which wasn’t resolved by Meizu for now. As a result, I won’t renew my Meizu phone with Meizu brand. My next brand is xaomi. It is a bit expensive but solid both in hardware and software area.

    • balcobomber25

      The X10 is incredibly more impressive than the 6595 that was in the MX4. The MX5 also features fast charging and a fingerprint scanner.

  • Hans Wurst

    the mx5 has the same issues as the iPhone 5, it doesnt Support all LTE frequencies, for example the 800 mhz frequency…..thats an big issue, so u cant use the phone with lte in Germany with o2 sim. If you are interested in the phone, better check what lte frequency for your Provider is needed before you buy!