News on May 26 Meizu’s first smartwatch will be officially released on May 31. It has been confirmed that this product supports eSIM cards and can make voice calls. Today, Meizu warmed up this product again, showing the charging base of the watch for the first time.
As can be seen in the figure, there are 4 contacts on the base, with a circular depression in the center and a hollow design. It can be expected that the sensor component on the back of the watch is a circular convex design. On the watch screen, you can see the schedule and time information.
The watch charging stand has a Type-C input interface for charging, and the separate design of the wire stand is convenient for reducing the volume when carrying it out.
IT Home has learned that Meizu previously announced that this smart watch is equipped with Qualcomm Wear 4100 flagship chip, using aluminum alloy frame material. The watch supports independent networking, independent applications, independent calls, and does not need to be used with a mobile phone. This watch has colors such as “azure” and black. An appointment has been opened on JD.com and will be sold on June 1st.