Meizu is scheduled to unveil its upcoming flagship phone next week, as the company has officially announced the Meizu 21 release event on November 30. The event is slated to commence at 2.30 pm local time.
The event anticipates the introduction of at least two models, including the Meizu 21 and Meizu 21 Pro. Previously, the price of Meizu 21 was tipped by DCS.
Meizu 21 release event
The Meizu 21 release event is set to make its debut on November 30, and according to the latest teasers, it will sport a 6.55 inch Samsung manufactured OLED display. The screen is said to feature symmetrical bezels that measure only 1.74mm on all sides. That is compared to the Xiaomi 14 and iPhone 15 models.
Meizu has also announced that they will release a white panel version of the phone. The device will be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset and will run on FlymeOS, based on the latest Android 14 operating system.
Meizu 21 confirmed that all of the devices of this series will have 36 months of warranty. We have not seen on Meizu 20 series this long term warranty before.
Meizu’s 21 series launches FlymeAuto, a pioneering addition to smartphones that combines Meizu and Geely’s vehicle technology. It offers advanced navigation, traffic updates, media streaming, and hands-free voice commands for a smarter and intuitive driving experience. Partnering with Polestar, Lotus, and Lynk & Co, FlymeAuto sets a new standard for smartphone-vehicle integration, including safety features like intelligent assistants and hands-free voice commands.