Meizu And Google Jointly Push New Machines: The System Was Not Flyme

- May 04, 2018-

In order to get more users, Google officially launched the Android Go program at the Google I/O conference in May 2017. Android Go can be viewed as a simplified version of the Android O system. It can run smoothly on low-end devices that are 1GB or even 512MB of memory. Manufacturers including Xiaomi and Asustek have already put Android Go models on the agenda. Now, Meizu will also join it!

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Earlier we reported that Meizu’s global marketing chief Ard Boudeling publicly disclosed on Twitter that Meizu will cooperate with Google to launch its first Android Go smartphone. According to foreign media Android Headlines, a new Meizu model M810L has passed FCC certification. The aircraft is likely to be a low-end product created by Meizu and Google, running the Android Go system, not Flyme.

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From the picture, this Meizu new machine's back is only equipped with a single camera, the bottom is the flash, the top to retain the 3.5mm headphone jack, other parameters are not yet clear. It can be predicted that if this phone is listed in the domestic market, it should be assigned to the Charm Blue brand, and the price may be around one hundred yuan.

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