Beijing – Even though MEIZU has previously mentioned that its MX and M9 smartphones would eventually receive in Ice Cream Sandwich update, no detail has been disclosed until recently.
Today, the company’s CEO, Jack Wong officially confirmed that the MEIZU MX and M9 devices would be upgraded to Flyme OS 1.0 (based on Android 4.0 ICS) sometime in June 2012.
Although the announcement does not indicate an exact release date for the updates, at least we’ve got a timeframe for the upgrades.
MEIZU’s customized Flyme operating system offers a range of interesting features, along with a simple and elegant design. It also provides a slew of advantages over the native Android 4.0 system, such as more streamlined interactions and more pre-installed apps.
Flyme OS 1.0 also comes with backup and sync features, as well as lost phone locating and a new cloud service (personal file storage). According to Meizu, its own Music Online streaming app will have its entire library upgraded to lossless audio formats in China. via Softpedia