The gaming smartphones have become a popular category of phones and more and more device makers are jumping in. Now, it seems that the China-based smartphone maker Meizu is also planning to soon launch a gaming smartphone.
The company has renamed its “Meizu Neighbourhood Committee” on Weibo to “Meizu Gaming” which indicates that the company could soon launch a gaming smartphone. Some are speculating that it could mean that Meizu is forming a new e-sports team.
A post on the official Weibo account reveals that Meizu Gaming, in partnership with King of Glory game, is inviting gamers to make a strong team to represent Meizu in a gaming competition. It adds that winners will get five Meizu 17 smartphones along with few more prizes for the participants.
Meizu planning to make a gaming smartphone makes sense given that the company’s co-founder had talked about it last year. Also, with gaming smartphones getting more and more popular for powerful hardware, most manufacturers are expected to join the race to make the most powerful gaming smartphone.
At this time, there’s nothing known about the Meizu Gaming Smartphone but given the new Weibo update, we expect the company to reveal more details about the same in the coming days or weeks.
Currently, Meizu 17 and 17 Pro are the flagship smartphones from the company for this year, available in its home market. It has been releasing new software updates at regular intervals with new features and functionalities.
The company had previously teased that it could launch a smartwatch in Q4 2020 and now it seems that the company is finally ready to do so. It has trademarked the names “Meizu Watch” and “Flyme For Watch” for its upcoming wearable device.
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