Formalized in September, the Meizu MX3 has been launched in China with China Mobile. The high-end terminal , which features a Samsung Exynos 5 Octa , specificity was mainly to offer up to 128GB of storage capacity . It is sold for the equivalent of $ 660.
Meizu MX3 , as is already known for a few months , was released in China. The commercial launch of the first phone to benefit from a 128 GB storage space is limited for the moment to the borders of the Middle Kingdom and therefore does not concern us directly . And yet, if this unusual technology comes out to a few thousand kilometers from home, we can imagine seeing this type of device to get a few years in our stores. And this could be made possible with the help of most advanced manufacturers and with a force of international hits, unlike Meizu brand distributed only in Asian lands.
The 128GB is he the future ?
Meizu is not the first manufacturer to address this level of storage. Canonical had indeed developed the Ubuntu Edge, a smartphone carrying a quad-core processor supported by 4GB of RAM and with 128 GB of internal memory . Another feature of the device was the fact that it worked either Ubuntu Touch or Android. However , the phone does not finally seen the day , not having collected the necessary funds on Indiegogo crowdfunding site .
Meizu MX3 is the first smartphone of its kind, but it should certainly be followed by others. In any case it is a possible scenario since the storage capacity is a fundamental criterion for a portion of mobile users . And , especially at a time when the new generation networks will soon offer unprecedented speed downloads . 4G and offers a theoretical throughput of over 100 Mb per second. Another reason is to be found in the reluctance of some users to store their data in the cloud. For those two arguments prevail , with one side can no longer depend on an Internet connection to access content , and the other, the lack of confidence in these storage devices online since remember, the NSA is alleged to have intercepted the cloud data of large Web groups.