Meizu has announced a new version of its Android-based OS called Flyme will launch soon. The new version will be called Flyme 7 and will be unveiled on April 22, the same date of the launch of the Meizu 15.
The info comes from the official Twitter accounts of Flyme OS and Meizu’s head of marketing, Ard Boudeling. The official Weibo account also released teasers yesterday ahead of the confirmation today.
The Weibo page has also revealed that recruitment of beta testers have already begun. If you are interested, the first step is to download the official Flyme Forum app. Open, sign in/up and you should see a registration page for Flyme 7. Ensure you read the instructions carefully before proceeding.
Unveiled together with the #MEIZU 15, the long-awaited Flyme 7. See you in 6 days! Join our feature guessing at https://t.co/goLnIWoi1h and get inspirations on Flyme 7's new features! pic.twitter.com/xbNOgGO939
— Flyme (@FlymeGlobal) April 16, 2018
Excited about the Meizu 15 launch? Well, get hyped. On April 22, we will also unveil our all-new Android skin; Flyme 7.
— Ard Boudeling (@ArdCB) April 16, 2018
The app will automatically detect your device’s IMEI and serial number as you register. Once you are done, submit your application. Selected testers will receive an OTA update.
Meizu has started a countdown for the launch of Flyme 7 and will release new teasers every day with hints of what Flyme 7 will bring. Do note that the OS will only be unveiled on Sunday, April 22. A stable update won’t arrive until weeks or even months later.