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Meizu MX hands-on

The Meizu MX may look like an iPhone at first glance, but this baby runs Android.
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Meizu MX hands-on

The Meizu MX's keyboard looks and feels like an iPhone keyboard, and that's a good thing.
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Meizu MX hands-on

A thin volume rocker sits on the MX's left side.
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Meizu MX hands-on

The top edge of the Meizu MX features a 3.5mm headphone jack and power button.
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Meizu MX hands-on

On back are the Meizu MX's 8-megapixel camera and LED flash. It also sports a plastic white back surface instead of the iconic Apple chrome.
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Meizu MX hands-on

Though the Meizu MX may be styled to mimic the iPhone 3G, it feels thinner and more pocket-friendly.
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Meizu MX hands-on

The MX runs a skin made to look like the iPhone's iOS operating system.
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Meizu MX hands-on

Capacitive LED buttons on the MX's bottom lip change depending on what is displayed on its screen.
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Meizu MX hands-on

Here's a look at the plastic back battery cover on the Meizu MX.
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Meizu MX hands-on

An 8-megapixel camera with LED flash graces the Meizu MX's back.
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