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Meizu adheres to the "free bloatware" policy: here's how

Meizu has from poco launched its two new flagship products 18 and 18 Pro. But these did not come by themselves: during the presentation of the smartphones the company also debuted the Flyme 9. This is the new revised and updated version of the Android custom interface. The news are many but there is a very pleasant one for users. Starting from last year's flagships, or those of the Meizu 17 series, the company has decided to give a free bloatware experience. Completely. Something that many other companies fail to do.

Meizu promises a free bloatware experience on its devices, starting with the previous top-of-the-range model: 0 advertisements, 0 push messages, 0 pre-installed apps

According toofficial announcement of the company, the devices Meizu which are part of the 17 and 18 family (i.e. the last two flagship series), will soon be updated to the Flyme 9 on a permanent basis. Clearly we are talking only of Chinese smartphones considering that the brand has not yet arrived to us with the Global version of the same. But this Flyme 9 has brought not only improvements in aesthetics and performance, but also in extensive experience.

The company has decided to adhere to the policy that she calls "the three zeros": 0 advertisements, 0 push messages, 0 pre-installed apps. A novelty that should also ring a bell to other brands, one of them Xiaomi. In MIUI, especially the Chinese one, there are many applications and features that cause disturbance to users. Think for example of advertising banners that pop up after cleaning the device cache.

Meizu, on the other hand, wants to eliminate these disturbing elements, giving users the most fluid and clean experience possible. With the Flyme 9, for the 17 and 18 series, all this will be just a distant memory, the stable version should arrive in May (for series 17).

Thanks to MEIZU Fans Global.


Gianluca Cobucci
Gianluca Cobucci

Passionate about code, languages ​​and languages, man-machine interfaces. All that is technological evolution is of interest to me. I try to divulge my passion with the utmost clarity, relying on reliable sources and not "on the first pass".


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