Meizu's upcoming M1E smartphone - which will likely carry the Blue Charm E moniker in the company's home country of China - will allow users to control their car remotely, according to a new leak.
The leak suggests that M1E users will be able to unlock their car doors, control air-conditioning, as well as heat up seats using the phone.
There's, however, a catch: the handset's car controlling features will only work with the Roewe RX5, which was launched by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba and SAIC Motor earlier this year. The former, in case you aren't aware, has a stake in Meizu as well.
The M1E is set to be made official on August 10.
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GSMA, I do know that u hate Apple but u do realize that majority of Car manufacturers these days have Apps (apps for the iPhone and Apple Watch) to control such a settings????? I was able to control my car with my IPhone and AWatch for quite some tim...
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