Meizu, a new smartphone company is all set in Pakistan for business by launching its four models for the consumers Meizu M6, Meizu M6 Note, Meizu Pro 7 and Meizu Pro 7 Plus.

The Alibaba-backed group is there in Pakistan competing with Samsung, QMobile, Huawei, and others. It began its smartphone manufacturing in 2007. The company nurtured in sales revenue with 3 billion in 2016, in the recent two years, M9 followed with retina display, MX with dual-core MX2 & MX3 with thin bezel boundary and MX4 Pro with front fingerprint identification.

These phones caught the attention of Alibaba projected $590 million in Meizu to acquire an unrevealed picket in the organization. Meizu will extend Ali Baba’s mobile internet advantages in the promotion of its smartphones with Alibaba giving resources and essential support in e-commerce, internet, mobile internet services, data analysis and other aspects.

The organization has chosen to put resources into Pakistan keeping in see the pool of potential innovation purchasers. Meizu says to focus on their item configuration, assembling, development and fore generally; quality. Meizu has entered Pakistan with M6, M6 note, Pro 7 and Pro 7 or more with double LCD. Meizu is famous in 30 abroad nations including Russia, Ukraine, Myanmar, Indonesia, Italy, Israel and many increasingly while the wander in Pakistan offers awesome guarantee too. With the association’s vivacious extension, the abroad offers of 2016 was 3.5 times that of 2015.

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It has its own working framework in 2012. It depends on Android for smoother operations, adjusted client propensities and offers more noteworthy security. All Meizu telephones are fueled by that most recent Flyme 6.0.

 

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