News by Luke Jones on Friday January 23, 2015.
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A report in China this week suggested that Meizu would farm out its MX4 flagship to Nokia and the Finnish company would use the design and puts its own specs and software on to the handset. It seemed a little far-fetched, even though Nokia is actively looking for such partnerships, so there is little surprise to see that Meizu has wasted no time shooting this rumor down.The Vice President of Science and Technology for the Chinese company, Li Nan, said that the company is not teaming up with Nokia, or any other company for that matter. He says the company is too busy building its own products, let alone focusing on other brands. Sure, companies tend to deny things even when they are real, but I think this is one time where the denial is the real deal.
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