Flyme 6.0 Beta ROM based on Android 7.0 Nougat launching in early October

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Meizu smartphones are no doubt successful in the Chinese and Indian markets thanks to their decent designs and price points. The company has been making smartphones that considerably resemble Apple’s iPhone. Meizu Flyme OS, which powers the company’s smartphones, is rather intuitive thanks to the gestures and tweaks on offer. Recent rumors indicated that version 6.0 of Flyme OS would be released on September 13; that didn’t happen, and Weibo leakster @kjuma has now revealed that Flyme OS 6.0 – based on Android 7.0 Nougat – could arrive in early October. The first firmware, which will be a beta update, will be released in China.

The stable update will apparently be made available in November. The latest version of Android, which was unveiled by Google a couple of weeks ago, is likely making Meizu work on the update faster than before. We saw Xiaomi release the MIUI 8 update, based on Android Marshmallow, for its devices a few days back, and the company has already started development of MIUI 9 based on Android Nougat. Meizu is currently preparing to launch the Meizu Pro 7, which will run Flyme OS 6.0 and will be released sometime next year.

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Onkar is a freelance writer at MySmartPrice. He is an engineer by profession and an ardent smartphone geek. He likes to write about smartphones, tablets, laptops, wearables, smart home products, and more in his free time.

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