Meizu may not be a known smartphone brand outside of China. However, in China which is it home market, it is one of the most popular smartphone brands. Yesterday, Meizu had launched the Meizu 15, Meizu 15 Plus and Meizu M15 smartphones to celebrate its 15th anniversary. Even though these phones are loaded with Android Nougat, Meizu has made sure that users get the best user experience through the latest edition of its proprietary software. The Meizu 15 trio are loaded with Flyme 7. So, what is the difference between the Flyme 7 and Flyme 6 that came loaded on the other Meizu phones?
The Flyme 7 has been released nearly 500 days after the Flyme 6 was made available. Some of the changes that can be seen on the Flyme is that the lock screen now features bolder fonts and there is new icon placed on the lower-left corner. The default home screen contains icons of the frequently used apps. It no longer contains text icons.
The appeal of the Flyme is more concise and the visual effect is uniform throughout the UI. The drop-down control also contains bolder and large-sized font, but other changes are minor. Software engineers at Meizu have also adjusted the interface of camera, dial-up screen and backend.
All in all, the Flyme 7 looks simple and beautiful at the same time. It is now available for Meizu 15 series, PRO series, E3, S6 an M6 Note. However, the stable version of Flyme 7 is currently only available for PRO 7 variants and PRO 7 Plus. Other models have received the trial version. The Flyme 7 is expected to be available for more than 20 models.
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