Meizu officially unveiled the refreshed version of its Flyme OS 6. As of writing this, we don’t have much information about the new build. According to analysts, the Android version likely to ship with the new UI is still not clear. However, to test drive Flyme OS 6, you need to register for the open beta program.
The company had teased a slogan “Make 6 great again” and few leaked renders appeared on few social media sites. Hence, we can assume that Android Marshmallow will hit the new UI.
Based on the available information, the Flyme OS 6 features a refreshed design. The new version will be integrated with the upcoming Pro 6 Plus and M3X handsets.
Meanwhile, Meizu tweeted with a complete list of supported phones, which will get the new build of Flyme OS 6.
Flyme OS 6 will come to all of these devices! pic.twitter.com/8SF2vJkerx
— MEIZU (@MEIZU) November 30, 2016
To experience the new Flyme OS 6, you need to complete a sign-up process for an open beta. Meizu will accommodate 6000 users, who will be picked from a pool of registered users. If your name needs to be included in the open beta, you need to complete the sign-up process before December 10.
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