Meizu MX and M9 owners that would love to run the Android 4.0 Firmware should start cheering as MEIZU announced officially that they have started the public beta testing of the ICS build on their devices. Update of ICS are rolled almost on a daily basis for global devices and now the Meizu devices should be the next ones that will see the firmware update rolled out.
The Android 4.0 for Meizu has been tested since mid-February the ICS for M9 phone as private beta and now, pleased with how the tests turned out, the developers decided that the general public is ready for an open beta firmware that should give Meizu MX owners a taste of the upcoming OS. This announcement was made through an official press release where we’re told that the public beta testing build of Android 4.0 ICS for Meizu MX anad M9 smartphones has been rolled out and that it is based on the default Android 4.0 build without any changes nor customizations.
Ice Cream Sandwich update brings a way better UI and improved features that will improve and enhance the MX and M9 user experience. Because of the great results obtained during private testing of Beta ICS for MX and M9 devices, developers decided to release a better public beta that comes with numerous bug fixes and tweaked features. You can update your Meizu MX also, as the developers were extremely satisfied with how the ICS private beta went for the newer M9 device and it proves that they still continue to take into consideration owners of devices that were launched twelve months back.
The public beta of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for Meizu MX and M9 got released even before the Galaxy Nexus version and only a few weeks after the official release of Android 4.0 ICS for Samsung Galaxy S2. If you wish to try the public beta firmware then you should read this post here and learn how to successfully update your MX or M9 smartphone to the new ICS firmware.