Meizu Watch is Scheduled to be Released on May 31

This morning, Meizu officially announced that it will hold “Watch Me! Meizu’s Intelligent Life Press Conference brings a new way of life in the name of intelligence.

The event was dominated by the long-preheated Meizu Watch, Meizu’s first smartwatch product, which is officially defined as a full smartwatch.

According to Meizu officials, in the age of the Internet, smartphones have become a part of our daily life and work. Meizu has always hoped to explore a new way of intelligent life, which is how to get rid of mobile phones and put down mobile phones to challenge what we want to do.

Putting down the phone, revealing the things we once wanted to accomplish in our minds, and pursuing and exploring a more extreme life is a brand new intelligent lifestyle that Meizu wants to present.

The concept of a “full smartwatch” and the expectation that users will be able to put down their phones means that the Meizu Watch will have very good functionality, or at least not be “lost” when they put down their phones, which is in line with a previous ESim report.

It is reported that Meizu Watch has already appeared on the eSIM website, which means that the device will support independent communication of eSIM. It can be used independently for 4G network connection, calling and other operations without mobile phone.

In addition, according to Meizu’s previous introduction of Flyme for Watch system, Meizu Watch will also support the installation of a variety of third-party apps. Users can install the required apps by themselves, including music, payment, travel and even entertainment, and it can even be regarded as a small smart phone.

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In addition, Meizu Watch will also support the AICY voice assistant on the Watch side, which can achieve the same use experience with the mobile side and provide users with real smartwatch experience. The final performance is worth looking forward to.

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