Today, Meizu officially unveiled the Flyme 9 Android skin. This system will officially arrive with the Meizu 18 series that will launch tomorrow. Meizu claims that the system, as a medium for users to interact with mobile phones, is the soul of user experience. Looking back, every generation of Flyme is a classic. Flyme uses simple and elegant design and innovative and practical functions to create the ultimate experience for users.
The Flyme 9 focuses on lightness and order. It brings simple visual elements, unified design language, and a new design notification center. In addition, Flyme 9 also features novel and rich features, supporting screen display, and Alive wallpapers. Thus system also boasts of a special animation feature. Furthermore, Meizu includes a “Privacy Risk Self-Test” application feature on this system. This gives users more control over what application takes their data.
Flyme 9 adaptation plan
At the launch event, Meizu offcicially announced the Flyme 9 adaptation plan. Apparently, all Meizu phones which are two years old will get this update. The Meizu 18 series will be the first to get this system. This includes the Meizu 18 and Meizu 18 Pro. In addition, the Meizu 17 and Meizu 17 Pro will commence close beta registration at 6 o’clock this evening.
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The first official close beta will be available on March 5th and the stable version will arrive in May. After this, the Meizu 16 series will follow. This includes the Meizu 16T, 16s Pro, 16s, 16X, 16th Plus, and 16th.
The Flyme 9 comes with a simple visual elements which simplifies its general operation. It also uses a unified design language as well as a newly-designed notification center. This center optimizes the partition layout and add permanent control options. Flyme 9 also features novel and rich features, and supports screen display and Alive wallpapers. The new Alive wallpaper, its shape, color, light and shadow change all the time. It can pass through different levels and change its shape.
Furthemore, Flyme 9 comes with small window mode 3.0 which optimizes the small window design. Of course, like other Flye systems, the Flyme 9 supports mBack gesture but its better this time. This system also significantly improves the privacy protection capabilities bringing users four magic weapons to protect privacy. In all, Meizu promises that this system will be more fluent than users envisage. We expect tthis system to deliever just what the company says it would.