Meizu MX2 launches on China Unicom + MORE

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Google Nexus 4 – In-depth Video Review
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Meizu MX2 launches on China Unicom Meizu and China Unicom have entered a partnership to sell the Meizu MX2 on contract in China. The phone goes on sale from today and is available on multiple contracts.

You can go for the free phone plan, in which you have to pay ¥226 per month and ¥2,699 prepaid for two-years or ¥156 per month and ¥2,699 prepaid for three years…

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