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Meizu 21 Series coming on November 30, Featuring FlymeAuto and White Bezels

Meizu is set to unveil its highly anticipated flagship, the Meizu 21, in a launch event scheduled for November 30. Anticipation is building as the company hints at not just one, but possibly two models—the Meizu 21 and Meizu 21 Pro. The event, starting at 2:30 PM Beijing time, promises exciting revelations.

The Meizu 21 is expected to feature a 6.55-inch Samsung OLED screen with 1.74mm bezels on all four sides. Adding a touch of elegance, Meizu will introduce a variant with a white front panel. Under the hood, the smartphone is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, ensuring robust performance, and it will run on the FlymeOS based on Android 14.

One standout feature of the Meizu 21 series is FlymeAuto, its helps to pair/ connects your phone with cars made by Geely, the company that owns Meizu. FlymeAuto lets you to use your phone apps on the car screen, see the car camera, update the car software, and more. 

Ahead of the launch, Meizu has been teasing the standard Meizu 21, leaving room for speculation about the simultaneous introduction of the Meizu 21 Pro. A Weibo post by Meizu Group Chairman and CEO Shen Ziu confirms that the launch date for the Meizu 21 will be disclosed soon. Notably, pre-orders, which opened on November 15, have already surpassed 100,000 units, indicating strong anticipation within the Chinese market.  

Price speculations suggest the Meizu 21 will be competitively priced at around 4,000 Yuan (~$555), putting it head-to-head with rivals like the Xiaomi 14 series and iQOO 12 series. The Meizu 21 boasts a 6.55-inch Samsung AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and ultra-thin 1.74mm bezels, promising an immersive visual experience. The device is expected to house a 4,800mAh battery with 80W charging support and a feature-packed rear camera setup, including a 50MP primary camera with OIS.

In terms of design, Meizu is taking a bold step with the Meizu 21, introducing ultra-thin white bezels for a sleek and immersive front display. The uniform bezels, combined with their thinness, contribute to an enhanced viewing experience.

Stay tuned for more details as Meizu officially unveils the launch date on November 21, follow fdaytalk tech news.

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