With the Meizu 001 series, the Chinese company launched a Auto’s automotive software. Meizu was recently acquired by Chinese automaker Geely, which owns a dozen brands including Polestar and Lotus, so the new infotainment system is likely to work first on Geely-made cars.
Flyme Auto is designed to provide a great native experience while also seamlessly integrating with Flyme powered smartphones. Meizu powered by Flyme 10 ) Once you enter the vehicle, the phone pairs with the car and lets you pick up where you left off. You can continue to use your open applications directly on the car display. Screen sharing is also possible.
Cars also use the phone’s hardware. The two devices can share camera information with each other, and the phone itself leverages the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC when it needs a lot of data processing, and it also helps deliver OTA updates to the car.
Flyme Auto Integration
Digital car key, UWB support for finding cars, voice assistant and native desktop environment with many UI customizations are also on the menu. For more information, we recommend reading the detailed breakdown on ArenaEV.com.
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