Meizu to announce mCharge 4.0 at MWC on February 28
Meizu’s mCharge 4.0 will reportedly charge a dead smartphone to full battery in just 45 minutes.
Meizu has started sending out media invites for its MWC event on February 28. The invite comes with a tagline ‘Faster Than Ever’, and latest rumours suggest the company will announce mCharge 4.0. Last year at MWC, Oppo unveiled new advancements in its VOOC fast charging technology, than introduce a new product. Meizu is looking at similar prospects this year. It is not clear whether Meizu will debut new smartphones, but that lightning sign on the invite confirms the unveiling of the new fast charging technology.
Meizu, the Chinese smartphone maker has changed its mobile strategy in the past few months. The company recently settled a lawsuit with Qualcomm and adopted Samsung’s Exynos chipset for its flagship handset. The company recently introduced Pro 6 Plus, M5, M5 Note, and M5s – all aimed at different price segments. The new mCharge 4.0 is expected to debut first on the company’s next flagship smartphone, dubbed Meizu Pro 7.
Mobile World Congress starts on February 27 at Barcelona, although most mobile manufacturers will announce their products on February 26. Nokia, LG, Samsung and Huawei have confirmed their pre-MWC events on February 26, while LG is expected to debut the flagship G6, Nokia will annnounce its comeback devices for the global market, which is highly anticipated as an emotional comeback for the much-loved Finnish company.
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