Meizu has enabled closed beta testing to test Flyme OS based on Android 7.0 Nougat.

Flyme OS from Meizu is one of the nicest and most functional overlays in my opinion. For all Meizu users there is good news – the company has provided access to closed beta, which aims to test Flyme OS based on Android 7.0 Nougat. The closed beta is currently only available on Meizu PRO and Meizu PRO 6s, but the manufacturer soon plans to expand the range of headphones that will also be able to take beta tests on models such as PRO 6 Plus, PRO 5, MX6, Charm. Blue E Max, Charm Blue Note 5, Charm Blue Note 3 and nine other models.

fot. Gizchina

fot. Gizchina

The update brings with it a remedy for major bugs and improvements to the camera, system, communications and basic Flyme OS tools, including support for payment authorization for several services by the fingerprint reader. If you have a model that allows you to test the latest update of the overlay, you can sign up today at Meizu and download the closed beta, which is called Flyme 6.7.7.10 Daily and weighs 1.4 GB. System updates are essential – well optimized, they allow you to use the device for a long time without compromising their functionality by their age and components. The most interesting thing is the range of devices that will eventually get an update – will older Meizu handsets get into the second youth? Source: Gizchina