On August 8th, Xingji Meizu responded this afternoon to the news regarding the "Xingji Meizu's adjustment of chip business and optimization for fresh graduates."
Meizu, which was acquired by Geely, has made new moves in the automotive field. According to Tianyancha, a commercial information inquiry platform, Meizu recently applied for the registration of two trademarks for "Wujie Automobile".
Meizu, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer acquired by a venture under Geely's chairman last year, will open a new three-story flagship store which may be used to sell vehicles.
A subsidiary of leading Chinese automaker Geely has recently become the sole shareholder of Meizu, a Zhuhai-based smartphone company. The former shareholders of Meizu, including firm founder Jack Wong, Telling Communication Holding Co., Ltd. and other companies, have withdrawn.
Meizu, a Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer, announced on December 23 that it will build 1,000 stores in the next three years, covering not only mobile phones and vehicles, but also AR glasses, tablets, watches and smart home appliances.
Meizu, a Chinese smartphone brand, announced on October 27 the "FlymeAuto" vehicle system, saying that it is the extension of Meizu's Flyme smartphone operating system for smart vehicle consoles.
Meizu, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer acquired by Geely Chairman’s venture, posted a job recruitment notice in the automotive field on a domestic recruitment website, which stirred some discussion in the industry.
Xingji Technology, founded by Chinese automaker Geely's Chairman Eric Li, recently acquired smartphone brand Meizu. On July 5, an auto blogger revealed that Geely and Meizu will launch an independent new brand while retaining the Meizu brand.
Xingji Technology, a mobile devices company founded by Geely's Chairman Eric Li, and smartphone brand Meizu held a strategic investment signing ceremony in Hangzhou on July 4.
A Chinese blogger leaked on Wednesday that Meizu plans to develop a mobile phone based on OpenHarmony, to debut next year at the earliest, as the first non-Huawei phone with HarmonyOS. However, Meizu responded: "No news received, and no comment."
Hubei Xingji Times Technology Co., Ltd., a smartphone business company owned by Geely, signed an agreement with smartphone maker Meizu and its shareholders to acquire a 79.09% equity stake in the company.
Wuhan Xinglian Times Technology Co., Ltd. was recently established, which is indirectly owned by Hubei Xingji Times Technology Co., Ltd., an affiliated company of Geely's mobile phone business.
News emerged on Thursday that smartphone brand Meizu has been acquired by Chinese automotive giant Geely. Meizu officials have so far declined to comment on the reports.
Hubei Xingji Times Technology Co., Ltd., which is affiliated with domestic auto giant Geely, has recently obtained authorization for two smartphone design patents.
Geely Group's smartphone company is in contact with Meizu, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer, for acquisition. As the transaction has not yet been finalized, the price of the deal has not determined.
Chinese mobile phone brand Meizu announced on Friday that it has reached a strategic cooperation with Sony's Xperia, which will enhance the application adaptation and localization of Flyme OS.
Xiaomi today announced the appointment of Yang Zhe, also known as Jeffery Yang, as Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of its Chinese division.
Meizu’s first 5G model, the Meizu 17 series features a minimalistic design and a horizontal rear quad-camera setup.
ROG Phone 2 became the first android phone to feature the powerful Snapdragon 855+ chipse, and other smartphone manufacturers have since followed.
On Mar. 6, Meizu officially released its latest smartphone Note9 in Beijing, price starts at 1398 yuan.