Meizu officially announced that the Meizu MX and M9 smartphones will be upgraded to Flyme OS 1.0 (based on Android 4.0) in June 2012. Owners of either devices will be able to upgrade to Flyme 1.0 via an OTA (over the air) push directly on their phones, or by downloading the firmware upgrade from the official Meizu website in June this year.
Flyme OS offers a slew of advantages over the native Android 4.0 system includes user experience will be more logical; interactions more streamlined and pre-installed apps more comprehensive, ability to backup and sync, lost phone locating, as well as a new cloud services such as personal file storage.
Meizu MX comes with an Exynos dual-core A9 processor and a high resolution 4-inch 292 PPI display with the world's most naturally beautiful ASV display technology, giving users the ultimate visual experience. It also comes with an 8 megapixel backside illuminated (BSI) camera with a lens aperture of f/2.2, capable of taking great photos even in low light conditions.
As China's first flagship smartphone, the Meizu M9 was released in early 2011 with a 1 GHz CPU, 3.5-inch 960x640 resolution ASV display and a 5 megapixel camera.