Meizu teases Android 11 for its smartphones
Meizu is one of the oldest Chinese smartphone makers. But unlike its competitors, it does not have a much presence outside its home country. For those unaware, the brand’s handsets run Flyme, a heavy Android skin. This skin is known for first to adopt certain features, which are common today. But the company is infamous for updating the underlying Android version very late but thankfully that may change soon.
Earlier today, the official Weibo account of Flyme posted a certain teaser. According to the post, the company may reveal something about Android 11 for its smartphones tomorrow (December 22) at 11:11 AM local time.
We think the brand could announce the Android 11 Beta program for its flagship smartphones – Meizu 17 and Meizu 17 Pro. Maybe, the initiative could include other models as well. Because the beta program for the previous major update kicked off simultaneously for multiple devices.
Anyway, it is good to see that Meizu is improving its update delivery. Because the firm started rolling out Android 10 (Flyme 8.1) to its handsets only in late May. That’s eight months after Google officially released the Android 10 in September 2019.
Apart from the new Flyme version, we also expect Meizu to debut its first-ever proper smartwatch called ‘MEIZU Watch’ by the end of this month, which is reported to be under mass-production.
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