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Meizu secures $3.23 billion to sell more devices

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Meizu has apparently managed to raise no less than 20 billion Yuan (about $3.23 billion) to sell more devices, GizChina is reporting. Said funds will be used to boost R&D efforts, and make more and better devices. On one hand, Meizu plans to launch its next flagship, MX4, this year; and on the other hand,…

Meizu smart watch coming soon?

Meizu smart watch coming soon?

Meizu may be looking to enter the smart watch market; what else the image above could suggest? According to GizChina, the image reads “Look at your watch. Do you have this type of habit?” Now, we don’t know whether the Chinese phone maker will indeed join the “wrist revolution,” or is just mocking the entire…

Meizu to launch sub-brand Bigertech in the next few days

Meizu to launch sub-brand Bigertech in the next few days

In the next few days we’ll see Meizu launching its very first sub-brand – Bigertech. The new site is already live, showing a countdown landing page with few unnamed products, including a Meizu MX3-like smartphone, an iPad-like tablet, a (smart) pen, smart watch and a pair of (smart) glasses. From what we’ve understood, Meizu will…

Meizu launches trade-in program for Xiaomi users

Meizu launches trade-in program for Xiaomi users

There’s a war looming in China with Meizu trying to get Xiaomi users on its side. Just recently they’ve unveiled their Redmi Note competitor (Blue Charm Note) and now they’re launching a trade-in program targeting Xiaomi phone owners. Under the deal, users are offered a maximum of 500 Yuan (about $80) for their old Xiaomi…

Meizu’s Flyme ROM caught running on the Xiaomi Mi3

Meizu's Flyme ROM caught running on the Xiaomi Mi3

We’ve told you that Meizu may allow other vendors to use its Flyme OS and voila – we have the first non-Meizu phone running the Chinese firm’s software. Meizu’s first target is no other than Xiaomi Mi3, which has apparently successfully managed to handle the task. The Mi3 pictured above is China Mobile’s TD-SCDMA variant…

Meizu MX3 announced for France, costs a fortune

Meizu MX3 announced for France, costs a fortune

As expected, Meizu has announced its entry to the French mobile market, with MX3 hitting the stores soon. The sad news is that in France, users will be able to buy Meizu’s flagship for a small fortune, with prices of unlocked, SIM-free, non-LTE models ranging from 449 to 549 Euros, depending on which memory option…

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