The Meizu MX has finally been made official with HSPA+ for a future launch, scheduled for 1st January 2012 on the Chinese territory. The smartphone will be available in two models: One in dual-core architecture and the second quad-core architecture.

For now, there is only official confirmation about a version incorporating a dual-core architecture featuring Samsung Exynos 4210 clocked at 1.4 GHz and supported by 1GB of RAM and 16 GB LPDDR2 storage space. A 32 GB version is expected to arrive later.

As per press Release :

The MX comes with a dual-core 1.4GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 8 megapixel back-illuminated camera and LED flash, along with a gyroscope and other sensors. The Meizu MX has a gorgeous 4-inch, high resolution (292 PPI) AVS screen with the ideal 3:2 aspect ratio. Compared to wider 4.3-inch screens, the screen edges are easily reachable with your fingers, while providing better readability for text; both in horizontal and landscape mode.

The phone comes with Meizu’s unique Flyme OS, which features a custom designed UI, as well as cloud services such as data syncing, music store (China-only), and an applications market. The Meizu MX also features a Meizu-only innovation, namely our patented situation-aware bottom light keys.

MX specifications includes 4-inch QHD resolution (540 by 960 pixels), a front camera of 0.3 megapixels (or VGA), an 8 megapixel camera (f/2.2 lens) with a flash (LED), the detection of smiles, captured panoramas and recording of video in FullHD (1080p). To extend a bit more about the multimedia part, it natively supports FLAC files, MKV, MP4 and AVI, and a microUSB port (compatible S / PDIF, USB Host and MHL) and a card slot microSIM.

All be confined to 10.3mm thick, with a battery of 1,600 mAh and Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 + interface customized by the manufacturer. Reportedly, the Meizu MX version will be launched with HSPA+ from 1 January 2012 in China, for € 450. An upgrade to Android Ice Cream Sandwich is expected in the future.