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Meizu

Meizu is a brand of electronics, founded by Jack Wong in Chinese province of Guangdong. Its Japanese-sounding name often misleads people into thinking it’s a Japanese company, which it’s not. Company produces only smartphones and mp3 players, and their smartphones is currently all the rage among female demographics of Eastern Europe. In their home country, they went out of nothingness straight into stardom, with their highly popular M8 model. It was very advanced model for 2007 with affordable price to boot. Meizu’s engineers wasted no time in developing their own version of Android, so in 2012 model Meizu MX was already running on Flyme OS. Switching to MediaTek processors and adding LTE format support later on, Meizu went on to conquer foreign markets at amazing pace. Many specialists wonder how they manage to combine such high quality with such a low price, but there it is – company’s net income continues to grow and reached 16,4 billion dollars in 2013. Critics are awed, as latest model MX6 earned praise from such trusted magazine as Forbes.  


Meizu M6 Note
Meizu M6 Note
Meizu M6
Meizu M6
Meizu Pro 7
Meizu Pro 7
Meizu Pro 7 Plus
Meizu Pro 7 Plus
Meizu M5c
Meizu M5c
Meizu E2
Meizu E2
Meizu M5s
Meizu M5s
Meizu M3x
Meizu M3x
Meizu M5 Note
Meizu M5 Note
Meizu Pro 6s
Meizu Pro 6s
Meizu Pro 6 Plus
Meizu Pro 6 Plus
Meizu m5
Meizu m5
Meizu m3 Max
Meizu m3 Max
Meizu U20
Meizu U20
Meizu U10
Meizu U10
Meizu m3e
Meizu m3e
Meizu MX6
Meizu MX6
Meizu m3s
Meizu m3s
Meizu m3
Meizu m3
Meizu Pro 6
Meizu Pro 6
Meizu MX5e
Meizu MX5e
Meizu m3 note
Meizu m3 note
Meizu PRO 5
Meizu PRO 5
Meizu m1 metal
Meizu m1 metal
Meizu m2
Meizu m2
Meizu MX5
Meizu MX5
Meizu m2 note
Meizu m2 note
Meizu m1
Meizu m1
Meizu m1 note
Meizu m1 note
Meizu MX4 Pro
Meizu MX4 Pro