Yesterday, Meizu Lynk & Co held the Unbound Ecological Press Conference where it officially released the Meizu 20 series. This series has two mobile phones including Meizu 20 and Meizu 20 Pro. In addition to these mobile phones, the company also unveiled the new Meizu Flyme 10 system. One of the major talking points of the Meizu Flyme 10 system is the upgrade of the OneMind 10.0 super-computing AI engine.
Meizu Flyme 10 upgrades on man fronts
Flyme 10 can maintain a limit of 21 open programs, suffers a 78% frame rate loss, and uses magic space reduction to save up to 15GB of storage space. At the same time, Flyme 10’s stability test standard has risen by a factor of ten. Also, the system completed the Thiel Labs’ 48-month fluency cert.
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The brand-new Alive Design idea that Flyme 10 offer promotes the use of colours taken directly from nature to modify icons and update apps. The look editor will work in tandem with Alive wallpaper to develop a custom system for Meiyou at the same time. Flyme 10 will offer a smart analysis engine in the future to deliver unique visual effects using structured text.
With new features like sliding sideways and one step to the side, zooming in and out of the floating small window with two fingers, and long-pressing the lock screen fingerprint sensor to launch common apps, Flyme 10’s small window mode has entered the 4.0 era. The user interface is casual but practical.
A “globally visible and optional screen” has replaced the Aicy screen on this new system. Several data handling cases on a mobile phone are now more practical. Thanks to newly added features like the smart scanning assistant, picture recognition theme, video capture, and picture capture. These are more practical and usable features. Meizu mobile phones can connect across screens whether they are linked to PCs or Macs. In addition, with just a Flyme ID, smart homes, cars, and mobile devices can all rapidly connect to provide a very decent usage of the mobile phone.