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Meizu Watch: shown live for the first time and announced the release date

Meizu watch is expected by many but today, after months of waiting, the company has decided to show it live (even if we already knew him) and to announce its release date. It is understood that this wrist device will only be available in China, although a global launch in the future cannot be ruled out. The company's plans include expansion towards the West, so it's only a matter of time. So let's go see this Meizu smartwatch how it's done.

Meizu Watch shown live: very similar to the Apple Watch will be released on May 31st. We are waiting for substantial leaks these days

Chinese smartphone maker Meizu has officially confirmed than the company's first smartwatch Meizu watch will be officially presented May 31 in China. A high-resolution image was also published that portrays him from the front. As we knew, the device will be equipped with a dial of square form which will make it very similar to Oppo Watch and Apple Watch. However, it will be the Flyme for Watch, a skin cast of the FlymeOS of smartphones.

meizu watch

Previously, sources said the Meizu Watch turned out to be a lot fast in reloading and the battery capacity will be 420 mAh. In this regard, Meizu's smartwatch appeared on the China Quality Certification Center website, confirming the model number M007W and the charging power to be 7.5 W. There will also be LTE support and a integrated eSIM card for calls, which many competitors have chosen not to integrate.

The watch will allow you to control music playback, will be able to monitor activity and heart rate, as well as the level of oxygen in the blood. Poco or nothing is known about the price, but we are sure that the company will want to amaze with some special effect and announce a really affordable smartwatch. After all, this is not the first time the brand has wowed.

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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