First Meizu 21 sale ends in seconds, over 25,000 units sold

The Meizu 21 was announced last week, and just a few days later it went on sale in China. The smartphone maker, which is part of automaker Geely, first reported sales of more than CNY 100 million ($14M/€13М) on Weibo. This means that 25,000 units were sold instantly.

The Meizu 21 flagship was launched with two versions – CNY 3,399 ($480) for the 8/256 GB variant and CNY3,999 ($565) for the 12/512 GB variant. Quick math reveals that the company is pushing anywhere between 25,000 and 29,000 units, though since we don’t know which option is more popular, we don’t have a definitive answer.

Meizu is owned by a car company so obviously one of its key features is support for FlymeAuto – an in-car infotainment system compatible with any Meizu smartphone and the Lynk & Co 08 electric car – surely the first of many cars; After all, Geely owns Volvo cars, Smart, Polestar and even Lotus.

Smartphone enthusiasts will appreciate the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, 200 MP main camera and 80W wired charging. At this point there is no word on whether the phone will be made outside of China.

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