Meizu is finally entering the smartwatch market. The Chinese company previously shared the announcement and even teased its Q4 2020 launch and has now trademarked the names “MEIZU Watch” and “Flyme For Watch” for its upcoming smartwatch.
Flyme is the name of the custom skin uses in Meizu its smartphones. At the moment, the trademarks are currently under the process of registration. Unfortunately, not a lot of information is currently available regarding the company’s upcoming first smartwatch. Although certain things are known, like the smartwatch will run Flyme (custom skin) for the watches, but it is unclear if it is built based on the Android Wear platform or the AOSP.
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Notably, this isn’t exactly the first wearable from the company, but the first actual smartwatch. The company has already launched a hybrid smartwatch called ‘Meizu Smart Watch Mix’ aka ‘Meizu Light Smartwatch’. There is still time for the launch so we will have to wait for further leaks for any additional information. The availability of the product in markets outside of China is also unknown at the moment. Thus, we will have to wait for the official launch date to be announced as further news or leaks should arrive close to that time. So stay tuned for more updates.
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