Meizu To Show Off New Smartphones At CES 2014

Posted: Dec 19 2013, 12:13pm CST | by , in Rumors | CES


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Chinese smartphone maker to enter US market with CES 2014 unveil

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Meizu has been making Android-powered smartphones for a while, but none of them have been available in the US. Meizu is tipped to be unveiling a number of new smartphones at CES 2014 in preparations for the company to launch its brand in the US.

The Chinese smartphone market reportedly sees the US as an untapped market and plans to enter into the US. There is no indication of what the new devices might look like, but its smartphones are interesting.

The company has unveiled the MX3 featuring a 5.1-inch 1800 x 1080 display and an Exynos 5 octacore processor. There is no word on what carriers the manufacturer might tie up with for the US. Many Americans have been weary of using Chinese made tech goods after allegations of spying over the last few years. All the details should be offered next month when CES 2014 kicks off in Las Vegas.

via Androidandme

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