Meizu 18 Preview: Snapdragon 888, OneMind 8XX, and New Flyme 9

Meizu 18 Preview: Snapdragon 888, OneMind 8XX, and New Flyme 9

Meizu 18 Preview

Meizu officials have previously officially announced that a new conference will be held on March 3 to officially launch the Meizu 18 series annual flagship phone along with the new privacy-focused Flyme OS 9.

As launch approaches, Meizu began to frequently preheat the series models. The Meizu side today revealed that Meizu 18 is the end water master of performance and power consumption, Meizu 18 OneMind 8XX, a new generation of dragon taming master debut; Meizu 18 Pro will be equipped with Snapdragon 888 + UFS3.1 flash + LPDDR5 fully-optimized memory, comprehensive performance up to the first echelon of flagship models this year.

Officially, Meizu 18 Pro will be equipped with Snapdragon 888 processor with the fully-optimized version of LPDDR5, UFS 3.1 storage specifications, which is currently the strongest performance iron triangle combination in the industry, and its comprehensive performance has touched the ceiling of the industry.

At the same time, the official also revealed the Meizu 18 Standard Edition configuration information, calling it a master of balance between performance and power consumption, with OneMind 8XX technology, which will be Snapdragon 870 7nm SoC as previously reported.

It is reported that OneMind is an intelligent thinking engine first launched by Meizu in 2016, which has three major capabilities of analysis, decision making, and evolution, and will continuously observe and record users’ daily use habits for intelligent decision making, and with the continuous evolution in recent years.

Meizu has brought great improvement to users’ experience and has been well praised. And this time, OneMind may usher in a heavy upgrade, with the Meizu 18 new generation of hardware upgrades, which will bring users an unprecedented intelligent user experience.

Besides, the Meizu official also announced the frontal appearance of the Meizu 18 series, the picture shows that the Meizu 18, 18 Pro in terms of appearance remains the same, are using the center punch curved screen program. Among them, Meizu 18 uses a 6.2-inch display, with a very high screen-to-body ratio, is expected to have a good grip feel, while Meizu 18 Pro is upgraded to 2K resolution, the size is relatively larger.

In addition to the hardware parameters, Flyme 9 was also released today with a new preview and revealed that the new version of the system focuses on upgrading the function of multiple protection of privacy, giving privacy sovereignty back to the user, which is undoubtedly great protection of the legal rights of users in the current era of “big data”, saving a lot of trouble and worth looking forward to.

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