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Meizu MX (unlocked)

Sure, the Meizu MX may look like an iPhone from far away, but up close it's clear this phone runs Android Gingerbread.
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Meizu MX (unlocked)

The front of the Meizu MX is dominated by a sharp screen that packs the same number of pixels as the iPhone 4's Retina Display.
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Meizu MX (unlocked)

On back of the Meizu MX is its 8-megapixel camera and LED flash.
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Meizu MX (unlocked)

A tiny speaker located on the Meizu MX's back side pumps out a decent amount of volume.
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Meizu MX (unlocked)

The Meizu MX takes a design departure from the classic iPhone chrome and uses white plastic instead.
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Meizu MX (unlocked)

The bottom lip of the Meizu MX features a small Micro-USB port.
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Meizu MX (unlocked)

On top of the Meizu MX sits a small power button and 3.5mm headphone jack.
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Meizu MX (unlocked)

A subtle logo fashioned in ancient-style Chinese characters is the only real indication the Meizu MX comes straight out of the Middle Kingdom.
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Meizu MX (unlocked)

Thinner than the old iPhone 3G it was likely inspired by, the Meizu MX is trim and very pocket-friendly.
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Meizu MX (unlocked)

Here's a view of the Meizu MX's back with camera, flash, and device logo visible.
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Meizu MX (unlocked)

The Meizu MX uses a distinctive lock screen with battery level indicator, charging animation, and quick access to phone and messaging functions.
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Meizu MX (unlocked)

Could this be iOS? Nope, but the Meizu MX's horizontally scrolling home screens, which lack Android's traditional app tray, sure look like the iPhone's interface.
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Meizu MX (unlocked)

Meizu's imitation of Apple software extends to the MX's virtual keyboard, too. It also has Apple's pop-up typewriter style keys.
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Meizu MX (unlocked)

Though the Meizu MX features an Apple-like keyboard, it also has Android Gingerbread attributes, like a punctuation bar running across its top edge. The result: a great typing experience that's both accurate and fast.
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