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Meizu’s press release hints at the company sticking to flagship phones for the foreseeable future


Meizu has released a press statement that hints at its plans for the future of its smartphone business.

The press statement was shared on its official Twitter account and it states that the company achieved sustained profitability with the two phones it launched last year which are the Meizu 17 and Meizu 17 Pro. For your information, these two phones were launched in China only.

The tone of the press statement hints at Meizu’s intention to stick to the high-end market with future phones. The manufacturer has the Meizu 18 series planned for release soon and it appears these are the only phones we will be getting this year.

Meizu also doesn’t say anything about its re-entry into international markets, so the Meizu 18 and Meizu 18 Pro phones may be exclusive to China too.

Smartphones are not the only products Meizu will be announcing. The manufacturer says its newly launched One-Core-Two-Wings strategy has smartphones at the core while “smart wear” and “smart home” are the two wings.


Meizu’s smart home line is the new brand called Lipro which it announced early last month. Lipro has a bunch of smart lights that start at under $10 and goes up to $155. Meizu says the Lipro brand will also include products under security and control categories, so we should expect smart home cameras and smart hubs to be announced in the future.


For its smart wear line, the manufacturer has a smartwatch coming this quarter that will arrive as the Meizu Watch. The smartwatch will run a special operating system called Flyme for Watch.



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