According to the official information of Meizu, on April 26th, the recruitment of the second batch of Flyme 9 models was officially opened. This test was open to Meizu 16S PRO, 16S, 16 Plus, 16T and 16X models. The former users of Flyme 8 will automatically join the test. New participants can open the “System Update” APP to participate in the registration.
The registration time for this Flyme 9 system internal test is from 10:00 on April 26, 2021 to 0:00 on April 29, 2021. The quota is limited and the registration will last as long as the quota is full. The specific entry for registration is “System Update – Bulletin Board -Flyme9 Private Beta Recruitment”. The first private beta version will be pushed on the 26th. Please pay attention to the system notification later.
It should be noted that users who signed up to participate in the Flyme 8 Beta and did not manually exit the Beta plan will be automatically migrated to the Flyme 9 Beta plan. If they do not want to participate in the Beta plan, they can exit the Beta plan in the system update Settings. The total number of additional internal beta quota is 3000, which will be allocated according to the existing internal beta users and active conditions of each model. If the original internal beta users quit the internal beta plan, the quota of internal beta will be increased accordingly, and the total number of internal beta users will remain the same.
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Flyme 9 continues the light and orderly design, further enhancing the visual effect by simplifying the visual elements and unifying the design language. In terms of privacy, Flyme 9 has added features such as a ‘guardian scepter’, ‘all-seeing eagle eye’, ‘invisible boots’ and’ privacy cloak ‘. In addition, the Flyme 9 features a new camera interaction, small window mode 3.0 and more.