Introducing Meizu Watch – Meizu’s first smart watch

Introducing Meizu Watch – Meizu’s first smart watch

Introducing Meizu Watch – Meizu’s first smart watch

News unit In 2016, the Chinese company Meizu unveiled a hybrid watch called Meizu Mix. This product did not have a display and, like regular wristwatches, had an analog dial with physical hands. Of course, the presence of some smart features – including a vibration alarm, LED notification and connecting to a phone via Bluetooth – set this watch apart from analog watches. Now, after a long hiatus, Meizu unveiled its first smart watch (literally) on Monday, May 31, 2021 (10 June 1400). This device is simply called Meizu Watch and due to having an e-SIM, it easily provides the possibility of making calls or sending SMS without the need of a phone.

Meizu Watch is designed in the dimensions of 12.97×38.4×46 and weighs 69 grams with the strap. Its rectangular chassis is made of 6 series aluminum alloy and the bottom of the watch is ceramic. Like most smartwatches, there is a physical button on the right side of the body that has various functions. According to the manufacturer, the straps of this watch are made of a type of rubber called “fluoro-rubber”. The new Meizu watch comes in black and mint colors.

Display The AMOLED of this watch has a diameter equal to 1.78 inches and its relatively high resolution (368 x 448 pixels) brings the screen density to 326 pixels per inch. Other specifications of this watch include 60 Hz refresh rate and 500 nits maximum brightness. It should be noted that this screen is protected by a cover of 2.5D and resistant Gorilla Glass (unknown version).

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from In terms of communication, Meizu Watch has come to the field with full hands, and as it was said, due to having an e-SIM (in the LTE network), it is possible to make calls, send SMS and even stream music without having to carry a smartphone. has been prepared. Other communication options of this watch include Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth 4.2. The presence of NFC also enables payment with the watch through the Meizu Pay system. Not to mention, the smart assistant Aicy is active on the new Meizu watch.

a The Meizu Watch has a 420 mAh battery that, according to the manufacturer’s claim, will easily last up to 36 hours with a single charge (and of course normal use). This battery uses fast charging technology – called mCharge for Watch – and it can be fully charged within 45 minutes. Of course, if the user does not have enough time to fully charge the battery, in just 15 minutes, it can increase the battery reserve from 0 to 35%, which according to Mizo will easily last the user until the end of the day. There is no wireless charging here and the new Meizu watch is charged using a detachable charging stand and magnetic pogopins.

Like All smart watches, here too, sports and fitness facilities are an integral part of this watch, including heart rate measurement (through an optical sensor), pressure measurement, and blood oxygen level monitoring. Add to this list sleep tracking, stress tracking, calculating the duration of inactivity (and alerting the user), as well as offering breathing exercises. Meizu Watch supports 13 different types of sports activities – including indoor and outdoor, hiking, skiing, indoor and outdoor cycling, tennis, table tennis, badminton, bowling, rowing machine, climbing, roping and sports. Freestyle – supports Surprisingly, the watch’s specification list mentions its water resistance, but swimming is not mentioned among the sports activities supported by this watch.

Sale The Meizu Watch has been launched in China since June 1. This watch is priced at 1,499 Chinese Yuan, which is roughly equivalent to 235 US dollars at the current exchange rate.

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