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Meizu 18, 18 Pro and Flyme 9 finally have a presentation date

The series Meizu 18 is finally about to be presented. In the last few weeks we have talked abundantly about the new top-of-the-range devices of the Chinese company. The latest news in particular they speak of a processor Snapdragon 870 on board the standard model and a Snapdragon 888 aboard the Pro. All to see at the moment, but at least we have one official date. The first three days of March the brand will hold a conference in which it will not only unveil the two devices but also the new version of the customized interface Flyme 9. Let's go see the details.

Meizu 18 and Flyme 9 will debut in the first week of March: the brand itself announces it with a teaser that announces big news

On the Chinese social network Weibo, the company has started advertising the release date (and not release date) of the devices Meizu 18, 18 Pro but also of the Android Flyme 9 skin. As for the two smartphones, perhaps we expected it, but for the Flyme 9 actually not. Meizu users will certainly be aware that the Releasing updates isn't really a company priority. The older models are stuck at (between Android 8 and 9), the 17 series has and are working on Android 11 (thanks to MEIZU Fans Global for the informations).

meizu 18 flyme 9 presentation date

Returning to the bomb, ad beginning of March the Chinese company will start a three-day event in which it will present the various products. Specifically, the program is:

  • I March: ceremony or celebrations for the 18 years of the brand, which coincidentally correspond with the release of Meizu 18
  • March II: conference where the new version of the Android Flyme 9 skin will be presented
  • March III: conference in which the two top of the range devices will be presented

Regarding these two, we don't know if the images in the teaser really show smartphones. If so we should expect it something truly revolutionary, such as invisible or pop-up camera. Personally, I believe it is two dummy and not the real device profile.

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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