Sony is likely to launch its new phones with the Flyme OS user interface
According to gizmochina, last year Sony signed an agreement with the Chinese company Meizu to use some elements of the company’s Flyme OS user interface in its series of smartphones. Sony Xperia is used. Since then, Sony has released the Xperia family of phones in China with a number of Flyme OS applications.
New evidence suggests that Sony is considering the possibility of launching the Xperia series with Flyme OS as a whole. The current Xperia series phones in China use the Flyme OS weather app, email and widgets, and even the online app store of this user interface.
- Sony and Meizu partnering to provide Flyme applications on the Chinese version of Xperia phones
- Sony collaborates with Meizu to increase its share in the Chinese market
Sony has just launched a new survey to ask users’ opinions about the applications and features of Flyme OS on Xperia phones. One of the questions of this survey raises the idea of replacing the current user interface of Xperia phones with Flyme OS.
For the first time in the beginning of this year, whispers were heard about the possibility of using Flyme OS in Xperia series phones. Some time later, a Chinese blogger said that Sony still plans to use a pure Android-based user interface in its phones and simply go for a number of Meizu’s native services. A new report suggests that Sony is rethinking its strategy.
Unlike many other users in other parts of the world, Chinese users are not very interested in pure Android. Most phone manufacturers have designed custom user interfaces for their devices to make a series of exclusive features available to publishers.