Danish Kapoor
Danish Kapoor

Meizu continues its last dance in the smartphone market with 21 Note

Although Meizu announced that it will exit the smartphone market, the company continues to announce the phones it is working on. The company, which continues to release artificial intelligence-focused phones, recently introduced the Meizu 21 Note model.

Meizu 21 Note has a 6.78 inch 8T LPTO OLED screen. This screen offers Full HD + resolution. The maximum brightness level of the screen, whose refresh rate varies between 1 and 144 Hz, is 5000 nits. The phone has a 16 megapixel front camera and the fingerprint scanner is placed inside the screen.

The main camera on the smartphone is a 50-megapixel sensor with optical image stabilization. A 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera completes the system.

Meizu 21 Note users come with Flyme AIOS installed. This interface comes with artificial intelligence capabilities as well as features such as real-time translation and appointment making. Meizu's artificial intelligence also has capabilities such as ring-searching, summarizing documents and transcribing voice notes.

A 5500 mAh battery with 65W charging support provides the smartphone with the energy it needs. The phone has an IP65 resistance certificate against dust and water.

How much should you pay for Meizu 21 Note?

Two color options are offered for Meizu 21 Note: black and white. The 256 GB storage version of the smartphone will be sold for 2599 yuan (11592 TL). Meizu's new phone will be on the shelves in China on May 20.

Danish Kapoor