Meizu has just started rolling out a new beta update of the latest iteration of its Flyme user interface. The new update bumps the number of version to 220.127.116.11 and it brings several improvements. The smartphones eligible for the update are Meizu 15, 15 Plus, M15, Pro 7, Pro 7 Plus, Pro 7 High Version, M6 Note, and E3. Sadly, other devices have been left behind before the end of their typical software support period, leaving several users disappointed.
The new update optimizes the lock screen rotation logic and it fixes important bugs such as the one related to the invisibility of the bottom bar and the red dot not disappearing after clearing notifications. A bug related to the Night mode has been fixed as well: it prevented the users from seeing the app names in the Home screen once it was enabled.
There are also other bug fixes to the notification and status bar, as well as Bluetooth connectivity, gesture navigation on the Meizu E3, and more minor issues. The update to the new Flyme version takes about 10 minutes and the phone will restart a few times once you launch it. Make sure to backup all of your important data as it is a Beta firmware.