Meizu Event Feb 29: 21 Pro Unveiled?

Meizu Announces Special Event for February 29th Unveiling New Meizu 21 Pro Phone

Meizu Technology officially announced today that they will be holding a special event soon. The announcement stated: “February 29th at 19:00, we will gather at Zhuhai · Changqin Island to witness the historic moment of Meizu embracing the new AI era together!”

Although the teaser information did not reveal specific details about new product launches, based on previous hints, it is highly anticipated that the upcoming event will unveil the brand-new Meizu 21 Pro phone.

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According to former Meizu Technology CMO and current Niumiao Technology founder @Li Nan or kkk, who posted yesterday: “I have been testing the Meizu 21 Pro for a while to evaluate its capabilities, and it’s a great product. However, if it’s released on February 29th and priced at over 5000, maybe choosing not to release it is the right decision.”

Shortly after, Meizu Technology’s Assistant Vice President @Yipilaowan reposted this message, stating, “The original plan was for February 29th, a unique leap year and day, to give special meaning to the 21 Pro, a product that has been honed for four years. Unexpectedly, its release became a concern.”

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However, last night, Star Era Meizu Group’s Chairman and CEO Shen Ziyu posted: “After watching competitors’ launch events, I believe the Meizu 21 Pro has many advanced AI concepts and can compete with Xiaomi 14 Ultra and Huawei Pocket 2. I have urged the team to proceed with the planned February 29th launch, providing an explanation to all Meizu fans and marking the end of Meizu’s smartphone era with a perfect closure.”

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In essence, Meizu will introduce the new generation Meizu 21 Pro phone during the event on February 29th.

However, Meizu has already announced the cessation of new projects for traditional “smartphones.” The future development after Meizu 21 Pro is a matter of keen interest.

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Over the past few months, there have been numerous leaks about the all-new Meizu 21 Pro. Previous information suggested that as early as last month, the Meizu 21 Pro had obtained all three certifications.

In terms of design, the new Meizu 21 Pro will feature a large straight screen with 2K resolution, offering an impressive display effect. It will support wireless charging, be equipped with a telephoto lens, feature ultrasonic fingerprint technology, an upgraded image module, “new glass,” and support UWB (Ultra Wide Band) technology.

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As per official leaks, the all-new Meizu 21 Pro will bring upgrades in terms of design. Recent leaked images of the actual device show a flat-sided design and a relatively narrow body, making it easier to operate single-handedly. The front will showcase a centrally placed punch-hole straight screen, presenting a product that is sleek and mature.

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(Image Source: Weibo @Li Nan or kkk)

Looking back, the previous-generation Meizu 20 Pro was available in four colors: Dawn Gray, Twilight Silver, Sunrise Gold, and Morning Purple. It featured a 6.81-inch 2K+ resolution AMOLED extreme display, HDR10+ dynamic display, and a 120Hz adaptive intelligent refresh rate. It ran on the second-generation Snapdragon 8, LPDDR5X, UFS 4.0, had a 32MP front camera, a triple rear camera setup consisting of 50MP main + 50MP ultra-wide + 50MP telephoto lenses, a 5000mAh battery, and supported 80W wired supercharging and 50W wireless supercharging. The starting price for the 12GB+128GB version was 3999 CNY, with the highest configuration of 12GB+512GB priced at 4799 CNY.


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