As smartphones get smaller and smaller, the number of functions that you can use on them is growing, and so is the number you can do with them.
The Meizu Pro series of smartphones and tablets is one example.
Meizu’s MX4 and MX5 are both the smallest and lightest smartphones in the Meizu range.
The MX4 is also the only phone that has a removable battery, which can be charged using the USB-C port on the back.
The MEZO MX5 is the lightest phone in the range, at 3.8 ounces.
The phone has a 3.5-inch screen, a Snapdragon 810 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage.
It’s not a smartphone that will run a lot of apps, but the MX5 has a number of them and a number that you will want to take advantage of.
You can use the MEZOs MX5 to control your music, video, and other functions, but you also can use it to do many of these things on the phone.
The power button can be used to charge the MX4, but there’s also a dedicated button for volume up and volume down.
There’s also an IR blaster on the top of the phone for IR-based video and other apps.
You also have the MX3’s remote for controlling Bluetooth headphones.
The two buttons on the right side of the MX2 are used to launch and select apps, and there’s a dedicated IR blaster to toggle between Bluetooth headsets.
On the bottom of the device, you have two IR blaster buttons for controlling your camera and microphone, and an IR speaker for controlling speakers.
You will also find a microSD slot that can hold up to 128GB of your internal storage.
You have two additional USB-A ports on the bottom for charging and data transfer.
You get the MX Pro 2 and MX4 Pro for $399 and $399, respectively, but these are actually the same phones, so you can also buy the MX series on the OnePlus 5.
If you’re looking for a smaller phone, the MX 5 is a great option.
Its 3.7-inch display, 1.3GHz Snapdragon 801 processor, 8GB of internal storage, 64GB microSD card slot, and 5MP rear camera with LED flash are all on par with the MX1.
Its only real competition is the MX 1, which is $400 and is the most powerful phone in its class.
The new Meizu PRO 5 isn’t exactly a compact phone, but it does offer a lot more functionality.
For $299, you get a 2.1GHz Snapdragon 808 processor, 16GB of memory, 4G LTE, a 2,200mAh battery, and a fingerprint sensor.
It also has the Mezu MX4’s power button and IR blaster.
The camera is on the left side of its body, with a 4MP rear shooter and a 1.2MP front shooter.
Its fingerprint sensor is on its back.
Mezu also has a Micro USB port on its right side, which you can plug in to a USB-AC-to-3.5mm adapter and charge it from the included USB-to-“Type C” cable.
Mezos MX5 comes with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, and it comes with Mezu’s new MX2 Pro 2, which has a 2MP front camera and a 2GB internal storage and microSD.
It comes with a 3,000mAh battery.
MeZos MX4 also has 32GB of built-in storage, a 3MP rear, and 2GB of LTE.
It is powered by a 2-inch Quad HD IPS LCD display, with 1080p resolution.
The rear camera features a f/1.7 aperture, f/2.0 aperture, and optical image stabilization.
It has an 8MP front-facing camera and an 8.0MP wide-angle lens.
Mezo MX4 comes with 16GB internal memory, 64MB RAM, an 8-megapixel camera, and Android 5, up to 2.5 times faster than the MX.
Mezel is the brand name of Mezoid, a Japanese manufacturer of cameras.
The company has a history of producing high-quality camera lenses that are affordable, easy to use, and reliable.
Mezos MX4 offers two modes of operation: one that allows you to focus manually, and one that uses a gyroscope to compensate for the camera’s orientation.
The dual modes are designed to be as convenient as possible.
The autofocus is the same as on the MX 2 Pro 2: it uses a mechanical lever to point the camera at the target, and then the camera can focus automatically.
You’ll be able to select which mode works best for you, but