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Established in 2003 and headquartered in Zhuhai, China, MEIZU designs and produces smartphones created to provide a simple, intuitive mobile experience for people whose time is expected to be simply spent in using their devices, instead of figuring out the way of using them.
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MEIZU expanded into the smartphone market in 2008 and has been committed to developing high-end smartphones ever since. Based on a business philosophy and commitment to pursuing perfection and
long-term development, MEIZU remains laser focused on developing innovative and user-friendly smartphones for consumers. With more than 1,000 employees and 600 retail stores, the company has
built a global presence in Hong Kong, Israel, Russia and Ukraine.
MEIZU phones are characterized by their light, comfortable design with a unique wide screen, premium sound quality, high-definition camera, and simple, elegant user interface, combining performance, ease of use and functionality with the durability needed to survive the human experience.
Meizu Technology Co., Ltd. - Chinese company that manufactures digital electronic devices, based in Zhuhai, Guangdong province, China. Meizu is also among the top ten producers in China.
She began her work in 2003 with the production of the players. The first models were her Meizu X6 and the Meizu E3. In Russia, they were not well known, although they are not sold under another brand, and under the brand name.
In August 2005, the company changed its logo, which to this day is printed on each box with appliances from Meizu.
After a good start of the Meizu sales in 2006 introduced the first representative of the M-Series - Meizu miniPlayer M6 (Powerman XL-850). It was a stand-alone product, it was not like the other players (usually Chinese manufacturers copied the design of other well-known companies to create their devices). Player was not deprived of multimedia features, it could: play videos, view images in a fairly high-resolution, read e-books, to catch a radio frequency, record sound and play lossless formats. On it went constantly flashing, which means support for the manufacturer of their products and fixing bugs in the software. The player has a good sound quality, low price and was quite popular.
Starting with the Meizu M9 started using a proprietary shell Flyme (which was originally based on the operating system Google Android 2.3.5), which is very different from the skins of other manufacturers. Currently (03/2016), the latest generation of Flyme 5 based on Android 5.1 Lollipop. Updates to this version of the firmware (see also: Firmware for Meizu - Flyme OS):