Meizu hosted a large introduction event yesterday, announcing the Meizu 20 series phones as well as the newest Flyme 10 interface. The new Android-based firmware introduces Alive Design, an aesthetic update with a modernised appearance that includes new symbols, apps, interface designs, and wallpapers.
The essential system applications also get a facelift, and new two-finger and long press gestures have been added to the apps’ iconic Meizu tiny window mode. The Meizu OneMind 10 AI engine, which is new in Flyme 10, claims faster frame rates, less system space consumption, and better reliability over earlier iterations. The Aicy digital helper now offers real-time image and video text detection as well as smart scanning.
The Meizu 18 duo and Meizu 18s models will receive a Flyme 10 test in early April, with a stable version following in May, according to Meizu. Additionally, the test will be available for the Meizu 17 series and Meizu 18X in late April, with the final version following in June.