A recent research is trying to analyze the present and predict the future. It claims that 2019 smartphone shipments will be under 1.5 billion.
The Chinese manufacturer has leveraged every little bit of its relationship with Samsung to supplement these phones with top displays and specs.
The newly unveiled Meizu E3 ticks all the boxes of a significantly pricier Android smartphone than one starting at the rough equivalent of $285 in China.
A company executive threw down the guantlet with some big numbers: a Snapdragon 845 phone for under $500 by the end of 2018.
Even though we expect the Meizu E3 to come with a more than reasonable price point, its specifications are also pretty great, including 20 + 12MP rear-facing cameras.
What does a telephoto lens and a non-stick frying pan have to do with a mid-range phone from Chinese manufacturer Meizu?
Samsung waited for the Meizu M6s smartphone announcement before listing the full and very respectable specs of the Exynos 5 Series 7872 processor.
There's a lot to like about the new Meizu M6s, including an "edge-to-edge" 2:1 display, premium metal build, and $155 starting price in China.
Will MediaTek be able to churn up China with fancy face-reading cameras with Meizu... perhaps on a Meizu phone next year?
Not actually made of metal, the new Meizu M6 still looks pretty good for its ultra-low price point, also supporting fingerprint recognition.
It's the first Meizu phone with a Qualcomm chipset inside and it's a great choice for endurance when coupled with a 4,000mAh battery.
The Meizu M6 Note may just be one of the world's most affordable dual camera smartphones, and the 5.5-incher is also quite dashing.
France has seen the Meizu PRO 6 Plus sold for €550. With teasers lasting well past the event, how much will the PRO 7 or PRO 7 Plus go for in Euros?
This week on our show, we talk with Digital Trends's Julian Chokkattu about what we saw at the #HelloMotoWorld event. Also, more screens for Meizu!
Dual rear-facing cameras are all the rage these days, but the Meizu PRO 7 and PRO 7 Plus also sport a sharp rear AMOLED display that's quite special.
The Meizu PRO 7's rear screen gets a good showing with some teaser pictures of the phone in a box from a company senior vice president.
That rumored rear display will get the full Flyme experience, it seems. And there's also a video of the screen in use, though obscured.
Two rear cameras, two screens, including a 2-incher on the back, up to 8GB RAM and conventional front designs. These are the Meizu Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus.
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It's small, tall and right below the camera system on the back. It looks cute and looks even cuter with Pac-Man on it. Will it come out on July 26?
One of its creators, Philippe Kahn, retells the story of how it came to be and gives his sentiments on today's mobile photography etiquette.
If it's got wacky hardware features, it's gotta be a Chinese flagship smartphone, right? Meizu is rumored to be cutting the edge and painting the rear.
The China-only Meizu E2, with its low price and great specs, furthers our regret that the company remains focused primarily on its homeland.