Imminent change in the strategy of Meizu, a change that will make many of the company's fans happy.
We have recently witnessed many steps forward from the Chinese company: the landing in the West (Italy, France, Ukraine, United States) the collaboration with Canonical for Ubuntu, the baptism of fire at MWC 2014 ... the news however does not seem to be finished!
It seems that Meizu is considering the idea of offering the Flyme Os also to its competitors' devices.
Meizu is Meizu, for the following reasons:
- cautious and cautious attention to design and details;
- the traditionally slow reactivity to market trends;
- its heavily customized version of Android, the Flyme Os.
In the recent past, we have seen moving forward with regard to the 2 point. Even the 3 point, at least regarding the exclusivity of the ROM, is about to change at this point.
According to recent rumors, Meizu should follow the footsteps of Xiaomi and his MIUI Os by realizing official porting of their own ROMs even on rival devices. The MIUI firmware has long been available for smartphones other than those of Lei Jun's home and probably this was the real key to bringing the verb of Xiaomi in the world. Meizu wants to do exactly the same thing, starting from the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Xiaomi MI3.
Although the idea is actually at stake, some questions remain to be resolved: when will these Flyme Os portings be released? What will the other Oss eventually receive?
GizChina wishes good fortune to Meizu. Personally, on the other hand, I hope that it fades away, I LOVE FLYME!
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