Seems like China has a new phone in development that looks pretty much like
Apple’s iPhone with Touch Screen functionality. It is made by a company called
Meizu and it is known as M8. It is smaller than Apple iPhone and thus a smaller
screen size of 3.3-inches but just about as thin. The screen resolution is
higher at 720×480 compared to 320×480 on the iPhone. M8 is powered by ARM11
processor with video codec that supports 720×480 VGA at 30fps. It runs on Win CE
6.0 OS and has Bluetooth and TV-out functionality. It appears that there are 2
cameras integrated with the back at 3 megapixels and the front at 0.3 mega
pixels. It supports both GSM and TD-SDMA network. We will await for more details
to be revealed by the developer at this present moment.


Technical
Specifications
Apple iPhone Meizu M8
Photo
Comparison To Scale
Screen
size

3.5 inches
3.3
inches
Screen
resolution

320 by 480
720
by 480
Input
method

Multi-touch

Touch Screen
Operating
system

Mac OS X
Win
CE 6.0
Storage
4GB or 8GB
?
GSM
Quad-band (MHz: 850, 900, 1800, 1900)

GSM+TD-SCMA
Wireless
data

Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) + EDGE + Bluetooth 2.0

Bluetooth + TV-Out
CPU?
ARM11+ Video CODEC
Camera
2.0 megapixels
3.0
megapixels + 0.3 megapixels

Dimensions

115 x 61 x 11.6mm
105
x 57 x 11.5mm
Weight
4.8 ounces / 135 grams
?

Seems like China has a new phone in development that looks pretty much like
Apple’s iPhone with Touch Screen functionality. It is made by a company called
Meizu and it is known as M8. It is smaller than Apple iPhone and thus a smaller
screen size of 3.3-inches but just about as thin. The screen resolution is
higher at 720×480 compared to 320×480 on the iPhone. M8 is powered by ARM11
processor with video codec that supports 720×480 VGA at 30fps. It runs on Win CE
6.0 OS and has Bluetooth and TV-out functionality. It appears that there are 2
cameras integrated with the back at 3 megapixels and the front at 0.3 mega
pixels. It supports both GSM and TD-SDMA network. We will await for more details
to be revealed by the developer at this present moment.

 

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