Meizu MX 4 – Ubuntu’s First High-End Phone!

Android, iOS and Windows have a new competitor in town! Ubuntu is in the game. Ubuntu just gave Meizu’s MX4 the new Ubuntu OS. Meizu MX 4 is the third phone to get the UNIX-like OS, after BQ Aquaris E4.5 and BQ Aquaris E5 HD.

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The Meizu MX4 is on sale in the Europe for just €299. The price is quite less compared to the smartphone’s great features.

 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • 20.7 MP rear-view camera with dual LED flash and 2 MP front facing cameraMeizu-Mx4-Ubuntu-Edition-2
  • Rear camera video recording up to 4K with 30 frames per second
  • 5.36” screen with the all new Nega Liquid Crystal Technology
  • Resolution of 1152×1980 pixels
  • Screen to body ratio of 75.5%
  • Corning Gorilla Glass 3 screen protection
  • 16GB internal storage and 2GB RAM
  • 1.7GHz Octa-Core processor (MediaTek MT6595)
  • Wi-Fi standards supported are: 802.11 a/ b/ g/ n/ ac
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Supports both 3G and 4G LTE
  • 3100 mAh non-removable battery
  • 147g of weight

 

Why Switch To Ubuntu?!

Applications: I know most of the people would prefer iOS or Android over Ubuntuimage-meizu-mx4 just because they won’t get as many apps on Ubuntu as they would get on iOS and Android. Well its a great point to look at when you’re choosing an OS, but Ubuntu is not far behind when it comes to different applications. Almost all the android apps just need a little tweak to work on Ubuntu, as they both use Linux based kernels. I’m pretty sure that Canonical would be working very hard to get this done! You can visit the Ubuntu Store here to go through all the current Ubuntu apps.

Better Security: Android is Linux based, so it inherently gains a certain level of security. Good news for Ubuntu is that it is even closer to being a straight-up take on the Linux kernel. This means even more security than Android. In recent times virus and malware has become key issues on many mobile platforms, and people are looking for safe options. In this scenario, Ubuntu totally overtakes Android.

Regular Updates: Ubuntu promises regular and punctual updates to the users. There would be no hassle. Android lacks the update punctuality and delays updates for different regions. All the Ubuntu devices will be updated at once, same date and time for all the regions! No delays by the carriers and manufacturers either.

 

Great User-Interface: You can navigate the phone from the various edges of the phone. See the images below to know how it works!

 

 

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Swipe from the left to reveal the Launcher providing you access to your favourite features and apps.
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Swipe up from the bottom to access all your controls!
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Swipe down from the top to access notifications and key phone settings.
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Swipe from the right to reveal all your running apps