It seems as per the latest reports from China that following the registration in the 14th International Classification of two new trademarks “MEIZU WATCH” and “FLYME FOR WATCH” on July 20, Meizu is about to introduce its first-ever smartwatch.
The company has released a poster via its Flyme OS team with a blue background, showing a watch beside a smartphone at the very bottom-left corner. While the watch is still a matter of mystery, its strategic placement beside a smartphone is the news itself. Speculations are humming around about a possible Meizu smartwatch.
Based on a regular Android, Meizu’s Android UI, Flyme is going to be the core chipset for this Meizu smartwatch named Q4 on board.
There is nothing specifically mentioned yet. It’s better not to consider much and discard the idea of seeing any recent launches of a Meizu smartphone any time soon. The company had already announced working with MEIZU 17 and 17pro available at CNY 3,699 and CNY 4,299 respectively. It will be powered by Snapdragon 865 and that will be enough for 2020. It confirms no further reason for releasing a new phone.
However, it is seriously working on both smart gadgets comprising of mobiles and wearables. It is further working on truly wireless earphones which will hit the market by the end of this year alongside smart wearable, and other TWS products.