China’s Meizu Launches First Smartphones Since Deal with Geely Founder


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Meizu launched its first smartphone products since being acquired by a venture led by the founder of Zhejiang Geely Holdings. The companies claimed it was their first step toward integrating consumer electronics and travel. Meizu’s smartphone line consists of three models priced between 2,999 and 6,299 yuan ($436-$916), powered by the company’s home-grown Android-based operating system FlymeOS. It also unveiled a system adapted to be utilized in cars called” Flyme Auto,” while Geely launched its Lynk & Co 08 crossover as the initial model to use that operating system.

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