The Meizu MX3 was recently introduced to the world at its announcement in China recently, where it holds the record of being the first smartphone in the world to arrive with 128GB of internal memory – as other smartphones in the market max out at 64GB at best. Apart from that, the Meizu MX3 also happens to be the first non-Samsung device that will be powered by the Exynos 5410 octa-core processor, and after putting the Meizu MX3 through its paces on an AnTuTu performance benchmark, the figures are pretty solid.
After all, the Meizu MX3 has been spotted on the AnTuTu database with a score of over 29,000 points, but it did that just barely without coming near the 30,000 mark. Apart from that, its data has also confirmed that the Meizu MX3 will be powered by Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice, with the Flyme 3.0 user interface running atop it. Apparently, the Exynos 5410 octa-core has also been clocked up to a speed of 1.6GHz. This would make it a wee bit faster than the Galaxy S4 that runs with the same “heart”, but overall, the difference between the two in AnTuTu benchmarks remain minimal. If you have a choice between the two, which one would you go for?
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