A few days ago, the specs of the upcoming Meizu MX4 Pro were leaked online. Supposedly, it sports a 5.4-inch 2560 x 1536 display screen, uses a smart octa-core chip from Samsung (Exynos 5430), and has support for Hi-Fi audio. It is also supposed to have a fingerprint scanner on the front, the first cellphone to do so in China, and cost 2499 RMB (406.53 USD).
It turns out that this was all a lie as Meizu vice-CEO Li Nan denied these reports saying that the specs are too powerful, the price is too cheap, and that the release date is too soon.
Now, new information was released by an analyst, @孙昌旭, that seems to be more accurate. Both the price and specs are said to be more reasonable and Li Nan has yet to deny them.
Furthemore, @孙昌旭 said that the Meizu MX4 would use a 5-mode baseband (GSM, TD-SCDMA, WCDMA, TD-LTE, LTE FDD) from Marvell and that it would sport a sapphire fingerprint sensor created by Shenzhen Huiding Co.