Although the top-end Chinese Meizu smartphone runs Android-powered Flyme OS out-of-the-box, but. Images of Meizu MX4 running Ubuntu Touch appears and made the rounds online. Full details after this clue!
No official information is available right now to grab about the availability of the Linux-based OS for the aforementioned smartphone as yet. Rumors points to the previous leaks, where, Meizu MX4 Pro said to offer Ubuntu Touch as an optional OS.
One this can be accurate and inevitable, using Go-Launcher EX or ADW Launcher to style your Meizu MX4 smartphone (personalization), applying skin of Ubuntu Touch, you can show the images like the above. However, the MX4 shapes up to be a stellar choice of users who want to experiment with different operational systems.
In addition to Flyme OS and Ubuntu Touch, the Meizu handset has also been spotted with YunOS on board. The latter is purely based on Android ROM, made by Chinese retail beast Alibaba.
It seems that this might indeed be the case, as an alleged Meizu MX4 Pro has been caught in the wild with Ubuntu Touch OS. About Meizu MX4 Pro rumored, to come with a 5.4-inch quad-HD display, a Samsung-made 20nm Exynos 5430 chipset, a 20-megapixel rear camera, and paired with either 3 or 4GB of RAM. Fingerprint sensor might also make it to the specs sheet of the speculated Ubuntu Touch bearer.
Source: CNMO / Via