Many users were left disappointed after Meizu announced that several devices which were expected to receive the update to Flyme 7 will not get it anymore. But the company is keeping support for other eligible devices on a regular basis. Now, the Chinese company has just started to roll out a new stable version of its latest user interface on three smartphones. The new update coming via OTA brings the number of version of Flyme OS to 220.127.116.11G and it has been rolled out on Meizu M6, M6 Note and Pro 6 Plus. Although we are talking about an update to Flyme 7 released in August 2018, the firmware is still based on Android Nougat. Even the new security patches are not the most recent ones as they have been released in June 2018 (with the August patches already released).
According to the changelog of the new firmware released by Meizu, this new version of Flyme 7 brings important software optimizations which result in an increase in smoothness and performance. The new update recalibrates the memory in order to avoid lags or freezes. There are also improvements to the graphics with new icons, and a new artificial intelligence software called OneMind 2.0.