A new software update has just hit four Meizu phones. It is the stable update to Flyme 18.104.22.168G and the firmware is based on Android 7.0 Nougat. The update is actually rolling out via OTA on Meizu M3S, M3 Note, U10, and U20. An official changelog has been released as well, so we know every improvement of this update. First of all, it updates the Android security patch. With the new firmware, the system stability and the translations have been improved, as well as energy consumption, compatibility with third-party apps and the Contacts app.
Besides these improvements, there are several bug fixes in the new firmware for Meizu M3S, M3 Note, U10 and U20. They pertain to the camera app, icons, system sounds, settings, Bluetooth connectivity (while connected to a car) and time in the status bar. You can head to the official forum in order to check the full changelog and get the firmware download links for Meizu M3S, M3 Note, U10, and U20 which you can use to manually flash the update.
Meizu will soon celebrate its 15th anniversary by releasing a new trio of smartphones: Meizu 15, 15 Plus and 15 Lite. The Chinese company has just published an official teaser confirming that the line-up will be officially unveiled on April 22. The launch event will take place at the Wuzhen Internet International Conference Center in China, at 7:30 PM local time. The Lite version will be an affordable mid-ranger, the Plus variant will be the most powerful flagship of the company and the standard version will sit in the middle.