Meizu, the company famous for making an iPhone clone, is bringing out a handset that will sport a modified version of Android 2.1 and the device called as Meizu M9.
The device apparently features a Samsung C110 processor with 32KB data and 32KB instruction cache , and 512KB of L2 cache running at 1GHz. Additionally the Samsung C110 supports high-speed 3D graphics with support for high-definition video output via a HDMI 1.3 connection and 3.6-inch display.
The Meizu M9 is going to be available at some point this August. As for prices you can expect it to cost €255 or approximately $324, without headphones and €290, or about $369 with headphones and 8GB storage on board.