A square retail box carrying Meizu branding has surfaced on Chinese microblogging platforms suggesting the company is preparing to ship a smartwatch soon. On top of that, a number of purported photos of the Meizu smartwatch itself have surfaced.
The photos reveal a classy looking smartwatch with a leather band and metal casing. We can't confirm if this will be the actual product, but it does look stylish. Judging by the photos, there's no flat tyre, like the Moto 360.
According to the report from XiaomiToday, the Meizu Smartwatch will be powered by an Intelís Rockchip RK6321 which has a dual-core Cortex A5 processor. The size of the casing is also not clear yet.
Meizu has sent out invites for a press event on August 10 and it's expected to announce the new wearable gadget there. Count us excited.
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