The Chinese firm revealed its version of auto software dubbed Flyme Auto along with the Meizu 20 series. Since Polestar and Lotus are among the over a dozen companies owned by Geely, a Chinese automotive giant that recently purchased Meizu, the new infotainment system will probably be used on Geely-built cars first.
Flyme Auto is built to provide an excellent native experience as well as smooth interaction with Flyme-powered smartphones. When you enter the automobile, the Flyme 10-powered Meizu 20 handset connects with it and allows you to continue where you left off. You can continue to use your active applications on the car’s display. Screen sharing is also an option.
The circuitry of the phone is also used by the vehicle. The two devices can exchange video feeds, and the phone itself uses the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC when intensive computation is needed. It also aids in OTA update delivery to the vehicle.
A speech assistant, digital car keys, UWB support for locating your vehicle, a native desktop environment with numerous UI changes, and more are also available. We suggest perusing the thorough analysis at ArenaEV.com for more information.