Yeah, reports Engadget.
Here’s a QuickStract:
in a Meizu forum post, Jack Wong says that an Italian company called Sisvel complained about another Meizu PMP’s unlicensed use of the MP3 codec, and that’s what prompted the 5-0 to arrive. Interestingly, Jack also says that it’s all a big misunderstanding, because Meizu products, including the M8, don’t actually play MP3s, just WMA, and that local distributors have to cough up the licensing fees for MP3 playback. Apparently the booth is now open again, with the offending PMP removed — the M8 remains on display, probably because it doesn’t actually work yet.
Could this be true?
Yeah this is a photo of a Swiss ad for the iPhone which is rumored to be released on 4th April. What bugs me is the screen. It looks like these rumours:
Yep, it looks like the iPhone Nano. This has to be fake unless this is the trimmed down version of the iPhone (which is probably untrue).
Stick around to get future updates as they emerge.
Yep, the Apple store is up and has not been updated (Tuesday was yesterday for me, so I had to wait an extra day).
This could be due to the (hopeful) release of the iPhone SDK.
The M8 is being demonstrated at CeBIT no more.
Engadget had a chance to get their hands on it before the German authorities shut the booth down on the grounds of something undisclosed but guessed iPhone. Damn right. The Meizu’s M8 mini one OS strongly represents the iPhone.
“The venue is closed until further notice” is all you will see there for now.
So here are the final specs and features now expected at launch:
Some videos after the break:
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