Meizu has confirmed that it's working with Google to launch its first Android Go Edition smartphone. The confirmation came from Ard Boudeling, who is the head of global marketing at the Chinese company.
Those of you who've been following me for a while know how passionate I am about Android Go.— Ard Boudeling (@ArdCB) April 24, 2018
I'm proud to share we're working together with Google to launch Meizu's first #AndroidGoEdition smartphone! pic.twitter.com/r9vaZQaaeH
Sadly, the executive didn't offer any details related to the handset, including its pricing and availability.
For what it's worth, Meizu also revealed recently that it won't be entering the US market any time soon, at least until there's a change in administration in the country, something which isn't surprising given the ongoing trade war between the US and China.
Hope they just bring the Meizu 15 Plus with stock Android...one of the only phones to come with a 16:9AR 6 inch screen in 2018. Would have loved a bigger 4000+mAh battery in this thing.
Well I doubt that but it would be great to have top features in low.resources
Yep Google allows manufacturers to personalizate the OS just like with normal Android.