Just yesterday, Chinese brand, Meizu, officially released its new series of flagship mobile phones, the Meizu 20 series. This series has two models, the Meizu 20 and the Meizu 20 Pro. While the Meizu 20 series was the protagonist of the event, it was not the only device at the event. Meizu also unveiled its new Meizu Flyme 10 system. The brand-new OneMind 10.0 super-computing AI engine, dubbed “quick and stable,” is integrated into Flyme 10. Apps can be kept running for a very long time, restarted rapidly, and switched between. When the RAM is 12GB, up to 21 apps can run and there will be no issues. This new system also comes with magic space compression which is now a point of attraction.
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Flyme 10 magic space compression
The magic storage can automatically organize storage fragments and simulate voids for 48 months of use. Despite this, the read and write performance did not decline, and the range is less than 1%. Magic Space Compression, which can compress duplicate files and app files losslessly, simulated use for 30 months under 256GB and 512 GB. It can save up to 15GB and 30GB of storage space respectively.
There is also MRG multi-track energy-efficient frequency modulation. In the same scenario, the instantaneous power consumption of the CPU can save up to 30%. Finally, there are only 7 non-uninstallable apps on Flyme 10, including call, SMS, gallery, camera, settings, app store, and browser. Furthermore, nanosecond-level motion calculations can effectively reduce abnormal frame jitter, and the proportion of stuck frames is reduced by 78%. VIP resource scheduling reduces the frame loss rate of daily use by 50%. The game speed mode reduces the number of perceived freezes by 97%. Stability test standards increased by 10 times, and the system passed the 48-month fluency five-star cert of Thiel Labs.
In simple terms, the Flyme 10 has a lot to offer to Meizu users. As the mobile phone hit the market, we will have more information about the system.