The Meizu MX4 Pro is receiving an unboxing in the video below, but more than that it’s also having its packaging compared to the one of the regular MX4. The new handset comes inside a flat and low height white box and everything is well fit inside.
The box includes a charger, USB cable and the device, plus obviously the manuals. I didn’t seem to spot any headphones inside. Both packages seem to look the same and the charger of the MX4 Pro is a 5V/2A one. The Pro upgrades the screen to 5.5 inches, compared to the 5.36 inches of the MX4 and it also increases the thickness by 0.1 mm. Meizu MX4 Pro runs Android 4.4.4, in a customized version called Flyme Pro.
The Pro model has the same 20.7 megapixel camera as the MX4 and it comes with improved image shooting quality. The Pro is also said to be the first Chinese phone with a fingerprint scanner and it’s supposed to be a very fast one. I’ll remind you that the Meizu MX4 Pro debuted last month, with a Quad HD screen, 3 GB of RAM and a price tag of $410.