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Meizu teases the MX4 Ubuntu edition for the MWC

The second Ubuntu phone is on its way and it’s a version of the Meziu MX4. There’s not a lot of info right now but the company has released a teaser image showing three MX4 phones showing a glimpse of the mobile Linux OS.

The phone will be unveiled at the MWC and the tagline is a rather optimistic “More than better.” We’ll have to wait until the event to find out a launch date and price, though if we had to guess it will launch soon at a similar price to the regular MX4.

Unlike the BQ Aquaris E4.5, the Meizu MX4 is a much more premium affair – it has a 5.36″ IPS screen with 1,152 x 1,920px, an octa-core processor (Cortex-A17 + A7 big.LITTLE) and 20.7MP camera with 2160p video.

Normally, it runs Flyme 4.0 based on Android 4.4 KitKat, but there’s also a Yun OS version. That’s Android again, but customized by Alibaba.

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