Thu. Nov 26th, 2020
Meizu 17 series smartphones

In current development, Meizu tells that the Meizu 17 series phones will have MEMC Dynamic Frame Compensation Technology. The MEMC synthetically adds a border to video with a below frame it is a higher frame and gives a smooth texture.

With MEMC tech, the new update will give improvements in the region to graphic processing. “Flyme Magic” a fast connecting system, camera exposure that works itself, and putting new photo edit specs. Installation of beta testers for promotion is expected to take charge in upcoming days while the update will come by 2020 end for Meizu users.

Post-launch of much expected of the product with a 90Hz display per minute. The company puts out an update allowing 120Hz display per minute and pours traits like DC dimming and HDR playback. The Meizu puts support for stability while recording clips from all cameras. At the latest, the company forwards a crucial update with bug improvements and certain new features.

Meizu 17 series smartphoneSpecifications of Meizu 17

Meizu 17 and 17 Pro showcase a 6.6 inch S AMOLED Full HD+ display. Along with a fingerprint opener embedded in the display. The undercover Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 octa-core processor aids Meizu phones.

Meizu 17 has 4 camera set having 64 megapixels chief sensor, a 12 megapixels wide-angle lens, along with ultrawide sensor of 8 megapixels. The macro lens is 5 megapixels. The pro type has a 64 megapixels camera, 8 megapixels one, 32 megapixels ultrawide recording along with a .3 megapixels ToF lens. Both the phones have 20 megapixels front capturer successfully recording selfies and video calls. Pro model has features of ceramic chassis, LPDDR5 RAM, and 27W turbo wire-free recharge.

Meizu is a Zhuhai, Guangdong based Chinese consumer electronics company. The roots first set in 2003 by Jack Wong. Meizu started a journey with MP3 Players and MP4 Players. Meizu runs 11th in the smartphone business. Alibaba has given the US $590 as investment grabbing a stake.

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