Meizu to Launch its First Smartwatch on August 10

    As the event is fast approaching on August 10th, the image of Meizu's first smartwatch has popped on the Internet revealing the chain strap of the device. This image was leaked on Chinese social website Weibo by a popular leaker @kJuma.

    Meizu to Launch its First Smartwatch on August 10

    To make it even more gripping, a black square box carrying Meizu branding has surfaced on one of the Chinese microblogging platform. Further, the photos of a smartwatch with round dial and leather strap leaked on the Internet with no flat tire. However, we can't confirm the product just by photos.

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    Meanwhile, the company has shared the image of sketches of a smartwatch with different design and watch faces and strap options in its official account recently. Considering the sketch, the straps should be easily replaceable based on the occasion.

    Meizu to Launch its First Smartwatch on August 10

    As per the reports, the Meizu Smartwatch will be powered by an Intel's Rockchip RK6321 processor with dual-core Cortex A5 processor. However, there is no information about the storage and battery. Besides smartwatch, the company has also scheduled a launch for an high-end E-series smartphone.

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    Though nothing is confirmed, the E series smartphone is expected to come with Samsung Exynos 8890 chipset, dual edged display, dual camera setup. We expect more information about the device in the upcoming days ahead of its launch.


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