Meizu releases the stable version of Flyme 8.1 for 10 new smartphones

The debut of Flyme 8.1 took place with the launch of the new top of the Meizu 17 range, based on Android 10 and which among the features offered provides a panel with a refresh rate at 120 Hz. Many wondered when the new interface arrived on their systems and today they are given the answers, given that the company is releasing the rollouts of the new Flyme 8.1 in a stable version, for as many as 10 smartphones of the brand, but currently only in China.

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The new version of the interface implements numerous improvements and innovations, including the artificial intelligence engine OneMind 4.0, which promises to be 30% higher than its predecessor, as well as the inclusion of mobile windows of multitasking apps, similar to what seen in Android by manufacturers such as Samsung and Xiaomi.

Meizu releases the stable version of Flyme 8.1 for 10 new smartphones

We find a real customization of the interface by the Flyme development team, considering that over 300 changes have been made to Android to apply improvements and optimizations, improvements to the virtual assistant, new animated wallpapers and animations for the fingerprint reader screen, to name a few. The smartphones of the brand that will receive the new 8.1 interface are the following:

Meizu 16T, 16S Pro, 16S, 16th, 16th Plus, 16Xs, Note9, X8, Note 8, 16X.

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Unfortunately Meizu is one of those brands you hear about poco speak in Italy, but we are confident in the future considering that the brand in addition to the presentation of the new Meizu 17 and 17 Pro, already a sales record at launch, has also launched a new 10000 mAh power bank and new TWS earphones with noise cancellation.

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