Meizu MX6: a review of a flagship smartphone, but with an imbalance in details
For quite a long time, the MX series in the Meizu product portfolio has been a “sacred cow”, to which the brand should owe its popularity and the resulting image of a manufacturer of high-quality Chinese phones. But this year, the once favorite was demoted to the middle class and a serious experiment was carried out with the rear camera. However, about all this in our Meizu MX6 review.
In general, the smartphone turned out to be of sufficient quality, but, as you know, “the devil is in the details”, and now our hero has revealed imperfection in a number of parameters. Having tried on the case from Meizu Pro 6 , the new generation MX is clearly prettier compared to its predecessors, and you can fall in love with the design of the novelty. A high-quality IPS matrix was chosen as the display, the necessary premium of which is added by 2.5D glass. The dignity of the predecessors in the form of a dedicated audio chip was considered an unnecessary luxury here, as a result, the sound is good, but not flagship. It was annoying to see a 10-core Helio X20 in the device, which, due to its overheating, is just right to call a “stove” or “cripple” when a hot temper is extinguished by a loss of power. Our hero got 12 megapixels in the Sony IMX386 sensor and this is the best camera phone in the Meizu line ever created.