After lots of speculations and leaks, the Chinese handset maker Meizu has expanded its portfolio and launched its first smartwatch, named as Meizu Mix.
This smartwatch comes in three variants -- denim, leather, and steel straps. Coming in just Black and silver, the denim variant comes at 1,000 yuan (approx Rs. 10,100), the leather one retails at 1,300 yuans (approx Rs. 13,100) and the stainless steel variants comes at 1,500 yuans (approx Rs. 15,100).
The Meizu Mix smartwatch comes with an analog display with notification LED light, Bluetooth connectivity, and a vibration mode. Further, this smartwatch has a waterproof rating and comes with an accelerometer, gyroscope, and a 270mAh battery. In order to pair the smartphone, the user needs to install Meizu app. The Meizu Mix smartwatch features an analog display is scheduled to be made in China by October.
However, there is no information about the global launch of this device yet. Additionally, the company is working on dual curved display smartphone -- Meizu Pro 7. As per the report, this smartphone will feature a Samsung's Exynos 8890 chipset and dual camera.
On the specs side, this smartphone is expected to sports a 5.5-inch display, Samsung Exynos 8890 processor with Mali-T880 GPU clubbed with 4GB RAM, 12MP/5MP camera, 32GB inbuilt storage.