Meizu has scheduled an event for May 8 to unveil Meizu 17 and Meizu 17 Pro in China. These upcoming smartphones will be the company’s first 5G-enabled handsets. The brand has been teasing the phones’ features on a daily basis. Today, the company revealed them to come with mEngine 3.0 horizontal linear motor.
Most value-flagship smartphones lack good haptics but thankfully, OEMs are now listening to the feedback from users. Almost all so-called flagship killers launched this year feature better vibration motors than their predecessors. Hence, the forthcoming Meizu 17 series will not be an exception according to the latest teaser by the company on Weibo.
Meizu calls its haptic system as mEngine whose version 2.0 debuted on Meizu 15 in 2018. The Meizu 16 series had the same but this year, the Meizu 17 series will be featuring mEngine 3.0 horizontal linear motor. This latest version was introduced in the Meizu 16s series last year.
Unfortunately, the company does not go into details about mEngine 3.0 in the teaser. But assures it to offer peak performance by which we can expect it to offer better haptic feedback than the previous generation and on par with the Meizu 16s series.
The previous teasers from the brand have revealed some of the key features of the Meizu 17 series such as 90Hz refresh rate display, 30W fast charging, ceramic back (only Pro), 3D depth sensor (only Pro), stereo speakers, and even exclusive PANDAER cases.
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