This is hands-on with Meizu MX4 Pro with redesigned home button, why Exynos 5430?
After an incredible response Meizu received for their MX4 smartphone(even we love it), which was very fairly priced by the company, comes a new MX4 Pro all set for November launch. Earlier we have seen its design photos that confirmed its new home button(more like Samsung devices but with large area) that is now confirmed to get a fingerprint scanner loaded on it. Chinese Network, Sina, has confirmed some of its technical specifications that are not at somewhat not good(as we think). WHY? First take a look at its hands-on image, leaked today:
But WHY they are using octa-core Exynos 5430?
Remember Samsung Galaxy Alpha? That premium chassis phone that came up with Exynos 5430 chipset. This 5430 chipset is clocked at 1.3GHz in Samsung Galaxy Alpha. According to this new report by Sina, Exynos 5430 will be equipped in upcoming MX4 Pro( as confirmed by them). Lets go back in past. The current Meizu MX4 is having a MediaTek’s MT6595 octa-core processor clocked at 1.7GHz. That’s actually a beast. Not believing? See these two benchmark results of Galaxy Alpha and MX4:
That yields about 600 points difference in both. However, the new 5.5″ 2K display and fingerprint scanner do make it a pro version but what about processing? They should better go with Exynos 5433 instead for 5430. The source has also confirmed the presence of 3GB RAM in this new device.
We cannot predict its power via some benchmark result but at least we can take a rough idea from that. Actually, that’s why we process every benchmark.
What do you say?