Ubuntu is coming to phones and tablets, and the Meizu MX3 and BQ Aquaris offer a glimpse of what that could be like.
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The unlocked Meizu MX3 tweaks Android Jelly Bean with an eye for iOS style and unique controls.
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The unlocked Meizu MX3 offers a wild Android UI and eight computing cores.
Running Android Jelly Bean but with an interface that's closer to iOS, the Meizu MX3 could be a distant cousin of a classic iPhone.
The Meizu MX 4-core is a compelling iPhone clone, but there are much better unlocked Android handsets available.
If you think you have no use for a Chinese iPhone clone running Android, the Meizu MX could drastically change your worldview. Despite a few quirks, the MX is a slick Android- and iOS- inspired hybrid that also flaunts a few tricks of its own.
For about $530 U.S., the Meizu MX 4-core serves up Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich plus quad-core computing, all with iPhone-like style.
Here's what a quad-core iPhone clone running Android Ice Cream Sandwich looks like.
For those craving an iPhone-like clean interface and stylish looks but can't live without the power of Android, Meizu's MX is right up your alley.