Meizu watch launched with Snapdragon Wear 4100 with eSim support, 36hrs battery life, and more

Meizu watch launched with Snapdragon Wear 4100, eSIM support, 36hr battery life, and more

The Chinese tech company, Meizu, has just announced a brand new wearable that will sport the latest features.

The company has made sure that the new smartwatch is packed with exciting features that include health-monitoring, heart rate tracking, and more. And not to mention the 4G/LTE eSIM support.

And best of all: it can be pre-ordered starting today, June 1st, at a starting price of US$235.

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Meizu watch launched with exciting features

Recently, Meizu just launched the 2021 Android flagship that are similar to OnePlus 9 Pro in terms of the design.

Now, the company has launched a smartwatch that will accompany its very own 18 and 18 Pro devices. Again, it features eSIM support although it may not be necessary.

Meizu watch launched with exciting features
Meizu watch launched with exciting features

The new Meizu Watch is powered by the Snapdragon Wear 4100 processor –– the latest in the wearables. The processor runs the GPS and sensors that automatically detect and start tracking more than 10 workout types.

Also, the watch supports NFC for Meizu Pay so users can enjoy the cashless experience. The watch features Bluetooth 4.2 and single-band Wi-Fi too.

Related: The 2 Best Android Wear Watches with NFC: Your Complete Guide

What’s good is that the watch can enter an “SOS call mode” when the user would press the home/power button a specific number of times.

Other specifications and features

Apart from the above-mentioned features, the watch will also come with a 420mAh battery. And what’s best about this is that it claims to last for an estimated maximum of 36 hours between charges. So, users can go about their day and not worry about having to juice up the watch.

When it comes to juicing it up, it uses a magnetic cradle that can detach from its USB-C type cable to substitute any other. This is uncommon with smartwatches but very handy in case no USB-C cables are available at the moment.

Meizu watch has eSIM support fort 4G/LTE connection
Meizu watch has eSIM support fort 4G/LTE connection

Additionally, the charger is engineered to support the OEM’s mEngine and mCharge for watch systems, which are rated to re-fill the battery in as little as 45 minutes.

The company claims that as quick as 15 minutes of charging gives you a day’s usage. Meizu Watch runs on FlymeOS, a proprietary OS for watches that supports smart assistance and allows users to choose from a plethora of dial photos.

The operating system lets users customize every nook and cranny of the smartwatch to give that personalized vibe.

Furthermore, it also has a potential for digital keys, depending on the automobile support and compatibility.

Now, let’s go over the watch’s specs: expect a 6-series aluminum allow construction and a ceramic base.

The watch measures 46 x 38.4mm with a thickness of 12.97mm. With the fluoro-rubber strap, it will weigh around 69 grams. It features a 1.78-inch of AMOLED screen display that is protected by 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass.

Moreover, the screen produces 368 x 448 pixel resolution, 326ppi pixel density, and 500 nits brightness. A physical button can be found in the watch that is used to access different functions.

Price and availability

The Meizu Watch will be available in China starting June 1 with a starting price of 1,499 Yuan (roughly around USD 235).

The watch will be available in two colors: Black and Azure. There is still no word on when the smartwatches will be available in other markets.

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