The Meizu H1 Smartband is expected to launch on the 6th of December alongside the Meizu M5 Note which is to be their last phone for the year. It has been reported that the smartband will be available in two versions: a standard edition and a premium edition with a flexible display expected to launch next year.
The standard edition was rumored to be priced at ¥229 ($33) but an image that surfaced online recently shows that Meizu’s smartband will sell at a much higher price of ¥499 (~$72), which is more than double the $33 price tag.
JD Mall will also be holding a Meizu sales day on the 8th of December and have listed the Meizu M5 Note as coming soon. The online shop will be the first to take stock of the new device and you can register to pre-order one.
The sales will see quite a number of Meizu phones discounted like the Meizu U10 and U20 which will sell for ¥999 and ¥1099 respectively, the Meizu M3S for ¥699, and the Meizu Note 3 for ¥799.