Like many Android OEMs, Meizu also slaps on custom software on top of the core Android operating system. Its Flyme OS is a deeply customized software experience that the company continues to tweak. Meizu today announced the launch of its Flyme 6 Stable Spring Edition. This firmware update will be released for 34 Meizu handsets and will bring different features for all of them depending on their core OS version.
Meizu Flyme 6 Stable Spring Edition
Meizu has officially announced its Flyme 6 Stable Spring Edition firmware update today. It’s going to land on 34 different Meizu devices powered by Android 7.0 Nougat, Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Android 5.0 Lollipop. The handsets will receive new features based on their OS version.
The latest edition of Flyme brings optimizations for process handling, memory and processor management. It also improves stability overall. Meizu has also introduced a new game mode for an enhanced gaming experience.
Meizu devices powered by Nougat like the Meizu PRO 7 will receive these optimizations as well as a quick application feature. Devices running Marshmallow and Lollipop will get the quick application feature and support for Meizu Pay.
Some devices like the Meizu X and E2 that were manufactured under the Blue Charm label get the new Game Mode which activates a high-performance mode for a better gaming experience, the quick application feature and support for Meizu Pay.
The handsets which will receive this update include the MX4, MX4 Pro, MX5, MX6, PRO 5, PRO 6, PRO 6s, PRO 6 Plus, PRO 7, PRO 7 Plus, Charm Blue Note, Charm Blue Note2 , Charm Blue Note3, Charm Blue Note5, Charm Blue 2, Charm Blue 3, Charm Blue 3s, Charm Blue 5s, Charm Blue metal, Charm Blue E, Charm Blue E, Charm Blue X, Charm Blue Max, Charm Blue U10 and the Charm Blue U20.
Update: For those wondering when the firmware will be released for devices outside China, well, there is currently no ETA on the same. The firmware has been released for the Chinese models at this time.