Meizu 21 Note Appears in Live Photos With 50 MP Camera

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When Geely announced it was acquiring Meizu, we expected a comeback for the traditional smartphone brand. However, shortly after announcing the Meizu 21 series, the brand announces it is quitting the smartphone business. Perhaps, Meizu didn’t get the attention it expected with the new flagships and decided to move forward and leave its past behind to focus on infotainment systems for Geely vehicles and its partners. However, we are surprised to see an upcoming Meizu 21 Note appearing online.

Meizu 21 Note Appears Online

Today, a device dubbed the Meizu 21 Note appeared online. The smartphone has three cameras, and one of the modules is a 50 MP sensor. The device will launch in at least two different colors. According to the live images, both come with a similar wavy effect on the back.

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This is the first time Meizu uses a camera island where the trio of shooters is aligned in a triangle formation. The more interesting detail is that the Meizu 21 Note marks the comeback of this lineup. It’s the first time we’ve seen it since the days of the Meizu Note 9, which launched in March 2019. The series was very popular in the past and challenged the Redmi Note series in its earliest days. However, considering how the smartphone market has evolved, we believe the Meizu 21 Note may act in a different selling point.

The company’s CEO, Shen Ziyu, previously confirmed plans for the FlymeOS team to move away from mobile devices. The team will be restructured to develop new AI terminal devices using globally available LLM (large language models) such as Open AI. Moreover, Meizu is expected to launch a new mobile OS tailored for the AI era. It will be compatible with cars such as Polestar, Volvo, and Lotus. All these brands are part of the Geely portfolio.

Unfortunately, details about this phone’s release are still unclear and we can also say uncertain. With Meizu leaving the smartphone business, we wouldn’t be surprised if the phone gets scrapped. It all depends on how many units have been manufactured. We expect more details to emerge soon.

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