Meizu 21 Series will Launch Earlier with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 and RGB Ring Flash

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Meizu was once one of the most popular Chinese smartphone brands in the overseas market. The company produced excellent devices in its history. Notable examples include the Meizu MX4 and the Meizu M2 Note. However, with the growing competition, Meizu failed to catch up and lost relevancy. Earlier this year, the Chinese Automaker Geely acquired the rights for Meizu. Since then, it has been boosting the brand’s presence in the mobile market. Earlier this year, the company presented the Meizu 20 series to keep its position in the premium smartphone segment. Now, it is already preparing the Meizu 21 and Meizu 21 Pro for the market. Find more details through this article.

Meizu 21 and 21 Pro to come earlier than expected

Digital Chat Station has revealed some details regarding to the upcoming Meizu 21 smartphone. The new smartphone is planned for the first quarter next year. IPowered by the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, the Meizu 21 will feature a vertical camera setup complemented by an RGB Ring LED Flash.

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The Meizu 21 and 21 Pro will come with flat displays, thin bezels and 50 MP main camera with Optical Image Stabilization. For a quick comparison, the Meizu 20 and 20 Pro were launched in March this year with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. It also had a Triple 50 MP cameras, Ring-LED Flash and 5,000 mAh battery with 80W fast-charging. The Meizu 21 series is keeping the Ring LED flash, so we can expect more the specifications like the fast-charging will likely be onboard on the upcoming flagships. In the software front, they will run a new iteration of Flyme OS.

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Geely keeps boosting Meizu as a smartphone brand

The earlier arrival of the Meizu 21 series confirms Geely’s new strategy to boost Meizu’s presence in the smartphone market. The new smartphones will compete in a tough period marked by the flagship releases from OnePlus, Xiaomi, and Samsung. However, with solid specifications, Meizu could catch some attention in this period. Moreover, we have to agree that the brand has a great identity that could stand against the competition. Rather than looking generic, its devices are unique and run a unique software skin over Android.

Besides the recent efforts in the smartphone scene, Meizu has also been working with Geely develop its car infotainment system called Flyme Auto. The company recently struck a deal with Polestar for its in-car infotainment development.


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