Meizu introduces Flyme 6 with content-driven design, One Mind AI engine and over 400 new features


Along with new M3X and PRO 6 Plus smartphones, Meizu today introduced the most expected Flyme 6 OS, which is its largest system update ever. This brings unique content-driven design that utilizes 8 elegant colors, has over 400 new features and introduces self-developed AI system service, One Mind. At the launch event the company said that it took 430 days for the company to develop the OS.


Highlights of Flyme 6

  • 400 new features added, including a revamped picture capturing process & a reworked lost phone finding assistant.
  • It can identify users’ favorite apps and designate extra resources to those apps to make them run more smoothly.
  • One Mind artificial intelligence engine is able to adjust system performance according to user preference.
  • One Mind’s “Lightning Start” feature marks the most frequently used applications at the highest priority, enabling quick response and lightning initiation.
  • High intelligence game mode can intelligently adjust the CPU and GPU frequency in the course of the game, clean up memory in time and block all floating notifications, gestures, to ensure the user’s immersive gaming experience.
  • Protection against advertising, fraud information, payment security monitoring
  • Parallel space function, allows users to have normal space, privacy space and visitor space
  • Voice recognition accuracy rate to 97% powered by Sogou for support for voice synchronization display, Sogou’ advanced voice Error correction.

Flyme 6 will be available for PRO 6s, PRO 6, PRO 5, MX4 Pro, MX6, MX5, MX4 , M3 Max, M3 note, M2 note, M2, M3s, M3E, M1 Note, U10 and U20. Flyme 6 closed beta registration starts today on Meizu community forum in China, while the official beta version will available from December 30th. It will roll out for 21 models. No word on the global roll out yet.


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