A few days ago, Meizu began promotion of its next-gen annual flagships, the Meizu 20. It will be another smartphone powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 flagship chip.
Prior to this, we have been learning only about hardware features of this handset. But today, the company said that this device would come with Flyme 10, an unbounded ecosystem.
A Weibo blogger showed the interface of the Demo version of this new system. It still continues the fresh style of Flyme, but the icon design has a skeuomorphic effect that is almost extinct in the industry at present, and it looks more elegant. However, the icons seem to be more colorful than the previous Meizu style, and it looks more 3D visually.
It is worth noting that it will be deeply integrated with cars and machines. So the system will allow users to make it part of a full-scenario experience.
The Flyme 10 system will be linked with the FlymeAuto in-vehicle system. The interface was somewhat similar to the Harmony’s in-vehicle system, like a large tablet design that can support split-screen operations.
Prior to this, the company has said that FlymeAuto may reproduce the interactive logic similar to the Smar Bar on the car, cut off redundant buttons, and make the screen more beautiful on the car. As you understand, it will be more usable and easier to use.
As for the hardware of the Meizu 20 series, the new phones will come with high-end flexible straight screens, adopting the straight edge + straight screen solution. The screen ratio is also very good.
The handset will also come with a new ultrasonic fingerprint 2.0 system, which support 0.075s fast wet hand unlocking. In terms of memory, it will use LPDDR5X memory and UFS 4.0 flash storage.
The vanilla variant will come with a 4000mAh battery, while the Pro version will sport a 4670mAh battery. The latter will also support 80W charging.
Though there is nothing official, rumors has it that the Meizu 20 series will be released in March.