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Meizu ready with a new smartphone and TWS headphones for its sub-brand | Photo

Meizu has created, or rather recreated, mblu. It is in effect an independent sub-brand like Redmi e POCO they are compared to Xiaomi. Recently the brand presented its first TWS headphones at a really attractive price. Yet, here it is again ready to debut not only a second pair of headphones Bluetooth but also one smartphone. Let's go and see the data in our possession.

Meizu is focusing heavily on its sub-brand mblu which has been reborn after hundreds of days. Well now it's launching its “first” smartphone and TWS headphones!

As usual, a special thanks to the team of MEIZU Fans Global who reported the news to us. Poco after the release of Meizu mblu Blus, the company is preparing to unveil one improved version of TWS headphonesas well as a new smartphone with the revamped brand.

meizu mblu 10: new smartphone coming soon
This will be the mblu 10 smartphone

According to the teasers published, after a three-year hiatus, the sub-brand Meizu mblu is preparing to release a smartphone. The device will be called mblue 10 and will have a notch to drop for the selfie camera. Also, judging by the images of the gadget, its back side for his design is reminiscent of Meizu 18. Mblu 10 is expected to appear on the market in three colors: black, white and green.

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The main features of the Meizu mblu Blus headphones

The company also plans to update the TWS headphones - the new product will receive driver from 12 mm, up to 30 hours of autonomy and support for the noise canceling technology (up to 30 dB). Each earphone will weigh 4.75 grams. According to the teaser, Meizu mblu Blus Plus will come out on 3th November 2021.

Gianluca Cobucci
Gianluca Cobucci

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