Flyme Beta Experience Version Brings Night Mode to the Front Camera


At the end of August 8, Meizu officially has released Flyme 8 Operating System and today, Meizu has released the Flyme Beta experience version update, which mainly for the Meizu 16 series models.

This update brings back with many features but its most talked-about feature right now is the addition of Super Night Mode for the selfie camera. The front camera adds a portrait super night scene, and the front camera self-timer is switched in the “night scene” mode to obtain high-quality night self-timer. You’ll find the full (translated) changelog for this update down below.

Update Log

  • Improve the simple gesture operation experience and solve multi-task abnormal problems
  • Optimize to cut off wake-up logic, reject malicious wake-up, reduce memory footprint
  • Newly designed volume bar display style, adjustment frame adjusted to the side for one-handed operation
  • Added system live wallpaper style, combining color and light and shadow
  • Added developer option prompt notification, prompt notification resident after modifying developer option advanced settings
  • New high-brightness mode, you can choose a variety of screen content in strong light environment,
  • Added backlight self-timer mode, using human, landscape, and light layering technology, without any shooting skills, what you see is what you shoot, say goodbye to “a group of black”
  • Support front super night scene, brighten and protect the main body of the portrait, enhance the contour of the face, bid farewell to the “personal view”
  • Game mode adjusts the layout of the game assistant interface, and the smaller screen footprint effectively reduces visual obscuration, resulting in a more immersive game-assisted experience.
  • Small window mode gestures can be reduced to reduce the notification bubble in the chat window, only the one you want to see
  • Added Aicy recommendations to provide accurate advice based on segmentation scenarios

While the Flyme Beta Update is reportedly rolling out to owners in China right now, we expect it to expand to other regions in the near future.

Read Also: Flyme 8 Announced and Will Reach a Total of 27 Models Later This Year

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