OnePlus, Realme, Meizu, and Black Share have joined the file transfer alliance formed by OPPO, Vivo, and Xiaomi last year. The P2P protocol developed by this alliance provides an AirDrop-like feature.
Meizu's CMO has revealed that Qualcomm does not intend to launch a 'Plus' variant of the Snapdragon 865 mobile chipset this year for flagship phones due to launch in the second half of the year.
Chinese electronics company Meizu has confirmed today that it will be announcing the Meizu Note 9 on March 6 in China. The phone is said to be powered by a Snapdragon 675 SoC and boast a 48MP camera.
Meizu has now its Zero smartphone featuring a "non-porous" design available to the public via its newly launched Indiegogo campaign. In order to back the project, users will have to fork out $1,299.
The Meizu Zero is quite a phone, taking things to the extreme with its "non-porous" design. Made from one piece of ceramic material, it removes the charging port, physical buttons, and other openings.
Meizu has debuted its unique earphones that give users the power to illuminate the night. The audio peripheral comes in either red or blue, and will be available for retail purchase at month's end.
The Meizu 15, Meizu 15 Lite, and Meizu 15 Plus will be initially available in China for 2,500 yuan, 1,700 yuan, and 3,000 yuan, respectively, with all three devices running Meizu's own Flyme 7 skin.
Images have come out of what appears to be a patent for an on-screen fingerprint scanner belonging to Chinese smartphone maker Meizu. The patent details suggest it was hidden for quite some time.
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It was only last week when Meizu officially revealed the Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus. Both handsets featured a secondary display on the rear and now it looks like the firm is attempting to do it once again.
After months of leaks, Meizu has finally unveiled its latest handsets, the Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus. What makes these two handsets different from the rest is the use of its secondary display on the rear.
For the past month or so, there have been various leaks showing off Meizu's next handset, the Pro 7. The firm has now confirmed that it will be officially launched at an event on July 26.
Meizu Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus have appeared in the newly leaked CAD render video and images. Along with closer look of the device, the leak comes with some detailed specifications as well.
The Meizu Pro 7 has been seen a few times over the past month. But, an alleged new image has popped up online which gives us a good look at the rear of the device and its full-color display.
The Meizu Pro 7 has been leaking online for the past couple of weeks. A new set of renders from a case manufacturer shows off the rear of the device, providing a better view of the secondary display.
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Chinese manufacturer Meizu showed off its new Super mCharge technology with a real-time on-stage demo, in which the battery on one of its flagship phones was fully charged from empty in 18 minutes.
This year's Mobile World Congress promises to be one of the best yet, with a variety of exciting new devices on the way from the likes of LG, BlackBerry, Nokia, Samsung, Huawei, and more.
Meizu has unveiled a souped-up version of its Pro 6 smartphone released earlier this year which includes a superior display, a larger battery, and an AI engine dubbed 'One Mind'.
If you're after a dual-camera phone but not happy with what's currently on offer, we've put together a list of phones that are already out or on their way and some might even be priced under $200.
If new details are to be believed, it looks like the earlier leaked bezel-less handset from Meizu will debut as the "Pro 7". The handset is scheduled for a December release and will start at $395.
It appears Chinese manufacturer, Meizu, may release a bezel-less smartphone after renders of the device leaked. Unlike previous smartphones of the same accord, this device features no bottom bezel.
Today, Meizu has unveiled its latest handset, the M5. The M5 offers an octa-core processor, 13MP camera, fingerprint reader, and more. The handset will start at $103 USD and is available now.
Photos have leaked of an upcoming Android smartphone from Meizu, the Star Trek variant of the m3e. The specs will likely be the same as the current m3e, but with the Star Trek logo on the back.
New images show the price and specifications of the upcoming Meizu MX6, powered by Ubuntu. The leak follows news of an under-wraps device, called 'Midori', which was reported on earlier in the week.
A new Ubuntu phone could be coming from Meizu soon after a new device codename was mentioned on the Launchpad bug tracking website. The 'Midori' codename does not correspond to any known phone.
Qualcomm has accused Meizu of violating different patents relating to 3G and 4G communication standards. After unsuccessfully trying to negotiate this with Meizu directly, a complaint has been filed.
After pre-orders began over two months ago, Canonical has announced today that the Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu Edition is now available for purchase. The device promises to be the first flagship Ubuntu phone.
Meizu has launched the high-end PRO 6, a new handset that packs a 10-core Helio X25 processor. The device also contains Meizu's 3D Press, the firm's pressure sensitive display technology.
The Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu edition is now available for pre-order. The phone represents the highest spec phone so far which runs the open source operating system - Ubuntu. It'll set you back $369.99.
Meizu and Xiaomi are finally making their debuts in the United States via US Cellular. Although four handsets are currently being offered, none of them will offer LTE for the United States.
Mark Shuttleworth set a goal of reaching 200 million users in 2015. Unfortunately they have not made this expectation a reality but they could achieve it in the future with new offerings.
HTC has announced its One A9 that offers a pretty strong set of specifications for $399 USD. But let's take a look at another handset, the Meizu Pro 5 that will arrive in November.
Meizu has unveiled its new MX5 flagship, which features a 5.5-inch AMOLED screen, 3GB RAM, fingerprint reader, 4G LTE, dual-SIM, 20.7MP camera with 4K video recording, and more, priced from $290.
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Meizu is launching the MX4 Ubuntu Edition, an 8.9mm-thick handset with a 5.36-inch Full HD display, octa-core processor, 20.7MP camera, 4G LTE, 3100mAh battery and more, for €299.