On June 2, Huawei will finally unveil its HarmonyOS operating system which, however, will not only be used by Huawei, but there are also other companies ready to use it, including Meizu.
Meizu has published a teaser announcing that on May 31 it will hold an event in which it will present its first smartwatch and one of its features should be the use of the operating system HongMeng (name of HarmonyOS in China). At the moment, however, it is not clear if the company will only reveal its intention to use this operating system in the future, or if we will already see it on a first device.
The device that the company will announce is the much talked about Meizu Watch. It is a smartwatch with an Apple Watch style design. On the specific side, however, we will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100 chip, heart rate and blood oxygenation sensors and support for the Lipro voice assistant. Connectivity side we will have e-SIM support and for make voice calls and LTE connectivity. Autonomy will not be a problem because, according to what emerged, the smartwatch will guarantee record autonomy, with a recharge of only 15 minutes.
We just have to wait a few days to find out Meizu’s true intentions with HarmonyOS. Furthermore, we will be able to understand if in the future this smartwatch will also arrive on our market.