Chinese tech giant Meizu is set to launch its first smartwatch. It turns out that Meizu Watch, which releases high-quality press images, will have eSIM support.
We’ve known for a long time that Meizu is preparing to launch its first smartwatch. In January, patent images were released revealing the device’s design. This time we have even more exciting details.
Chinese sensation Digital Chat Station shared high-quality press images of the Meizu Watch. The smartwatch stands out for its curved glass on all four sides. There’s only one control button on the right side of the Meizu Watch, which will come with a rectangular case.
According to reports, the smartwatch will be based on the Flyme for Watch operating system. The firmware will allow smartwatch owners to download third-party apps. Not all details are limited to that.
The future of the Meizu Watch has been revealed with eSIM, embedded SIM support. In this way, the device will have the ability to make calls and send messages regardless of the smartphone. The release date and price tag of the smartwatch remain unclear.