Meizu M8


Vandalizing any sign isn’t looked highly upon, and in most cases, is a crime, but when geeks do get fed up, this is the type of work you’d see on the street. Starting off, we have an iPad ad turned “iPad Too Much”. Click here to see more. Continue reading for a video of finger parkour.

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MP4 Nation was fortunate enough to get their hands on a Meizu M8, and here are the unboxing photos. The reviewer reports that “the build quality of the phone is actually pretty decent — it’s mostly plastic, but everything seems to snap together firmly.” Click here for first picture in gallery.

Of course, the real showpiece here is the software — which admittedly owes its entire existence to the iPhone. We’ve found that it’s quite snappy, and the styling and functionality of the UI is really kind of impressive.

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That’s right, the Meizu M8 is “now supported by a published SDK and licensed to ride the Chinese airwaves for what looks to be a March, mainland China release.” Continue reading for a video.

Currently, the M8 handset with its iPhone roots (but a WinCE core) is only available to an abiding Chinese press and die-hard Meizu fanatics — a population said to rival the intensity of Apple’s own sheeple elite.

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Finally, the Meizu M8 user interface has been captured on video, being shown off by none other than CEO Jack Wong himself. Continue reading to watch.

Sure, the interface is totally derivative of the iPhone, and there is that pesky cursor floating around, but all-in-all it looks like the company has managed to knock out a decent — if incredibly familiar — UI for its long-delayed phone.

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New pictures of the M8 Meizu phone — showing off its web browser — have surfaced, but still no word yet on official pricing or availability. Click here for first picture in gallery.

As you can see in this latest pic apparently let loose by none other than J. Wong himself, they now seem to be putting the finishing touches on the device’s web browser and, as you might have guessed, they aren’t exactly taking their inspiration from Nokia.

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It may be a fairly unknown company, but Meizu’s M8 might have what it takes to give the Apple iPhone some competition, when released. They just updated their user interface, and we’ve got a few pictures for your viewing enjoyment. Click here for first picture in gallery.

CEO Jack Wong posted a bunch of new shots to the Meizu forums with small interface tweaks that inch the OS a bit away from its iPhone roots — but certainly not far

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In addition to looking like the iPhone, the Meizu M8’s interface looks very familiar. Click here for more pictures.

By taking Apple’s UI, Meizu’s bringing technology to the people who can’t afford to buy a phone for $399 (Meizu’s prices are between $259 and $453). They’re also forcing Apple to innovate and become even better in order to stay one step ahead of the game

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