Meizu heralds the arrival of its first smartwatch: when is the release?

Most users know the brand Meizu for smartphones. With the last ones Meizu 17 and 17 Pro the Chinese company made a bang, but there are also other good products. Among these are the headphones but also a wearable future. It is a smartwatch although at first glance it might seem a smartband with a shape similar to that of the Mi Band 5. This is confirmed by the company itself which, through a post on Weibo, invites users to "have a chat”About this new product. Let's see together the details of the post in question.

After announcing the Flyme for Watch, Meizu invites users to talk about its first smartwatch: an opportunity to see which are the most popular features

As we wrote some time ago, the company also announced an operating system that Meizu wearables will integrate. It's about Flyme for Watch: an interface based on FlymeOS but lightened and optimized to fit in a smart watch face. Among other things, this dial should be square in shape and not oval.

meizu smartwatch

As we said earlier the company has invited 30 lucky users to participate in a real "chat" (so says the poster) to discuss about the features that the first Meizu smartwatch must have

. As regards the shape and design, it is very close, at first glance, to that of Oppo watch. We do not know if it is a clue or not but the brand has decided to emphasize the brightness of the screen: on the poster this illuminates some general key features such as Flyme, design, belt and so on.

Without a doubt, the product, which will be launched initially only in China, will have to be well placed in terms of convenience and therefore price. Xiaomi Mi Watch and Oppo Watch are among the most popular in the middle ground and therefore Meizu must strive to make it almost perfect. It will therefore have to integrate features such as GPS, heart rate monitoring, possibly the blood saturation check, detection of sleep quality and all those features that are a must.

What do you expect?

Source | Weibo

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