Flyme 10 has been launched with the Meizu 20 series, while the upgrade of older models is also continuing. The company’s newest model, the Meizu 18 series, and the Meizu 18s series were launched on April 10, and many users have already signed up for Flyme 10.
Meizu announced today that the Flyme 10 internal test for the Meizu 18X will be launched on April 28 at 11 am, while the Meizu 17 series will not be launched before the end of April due to the huge amount of work required for the underlying upgrade, which requires more time for testing and verification. It’s not clear if the Meizu 17 series will be available for internal testing in May.
Flyme officials said that owners who want to participate in the Flyme 10 internal test recruitment can sign up the following way: “Settings – System Update – Bulletin Board – Flyme 10 Internal Test Recruitment”.
Previously, Meizu 20/20 PRO pushed out its first system update, adding desktop entrance animation after unlocking the system interface; adding trigger area guidance for the first time to slide down Notification Center and Control Center; supporting slide down to call out Control Center from the blank space of Notification Center; adding picture recognition function for Aicy; adding music on demand; adding acceleration sensor permission control for privacy and security; adding custom watermark and bank card support for swipe to take ID card and bank card, The new version of QQ Music for Flyme has a new status bar with lyrics, and the camera has been optimized for taking photos and images.
Flyme 10 uses the upgraded OneMind 10.0 supercomputing AI engine, and Flyme 10 has a maximum of 21 apps with a 78% reduction in the percentage of lagging frames; the new Alive Design concept has been introduced, prioritising the extraction of colours from nature for icon reshaping and app refreshing.