Meizu has introduced an expensive fitness bracelet Smart H1 Band and the TV console Meizu Box
The company Meizu continues to expand the range of wearable electronics. After the first smart watch Meizu Mix appeared first intelligent bracelet Smart Band H1. However, for devices of this category it turned out to be roads: in China, the cost is 500 yuan, the equivalent of $75. For comparison, a similar in features Xiaomi Mi Band 2, which debuted in June, was originally estimated at the equivalent of $23.
Meizu H1 Smart Band is equipped with a OLED screen with a diagonal of 0.42 inches with a blue indication. The device is water and dust (IP degree, alas, not reported) and supplied with a strap of rubberized plastic. Like other similar devices, the H1 Smart Band is equipped with a pedometer, calorie counter and heart rate sensor. Also the bracelet can track the duration and quality of sleep.
Along with Smart Band H1, the company introduced TV console Meizu Box. About it details much more.
Console, made in the original triangular form, running Android 6.0 interface add-in Flyme TV. The device provides access to popular Chinese video-sharing websites like Youku, Sohu and a number of others.
Package Meizu Box includes the wireless controller, due to which provided voice control of the console. Alternative control — when using smartphone and specially developed applications.
Meizu says that the console uses a bunch of Quad-core CPU ARM Cortex-A53, 2.0 GHz and GPU ARM Mali-450 MP5. Based on these data, Meizu Box built on Amlogic SoC S905, the platform has found application in a number of other TV set-top boxes. The volume of operative memory is 1 GB built-in flash memory — 8 GB. From the interface connectors are USB, HDMI and RJ-45.
Meizu Box is estimated at the equivalent of $45. It will be available in black and white.
Sources: Meizu, Gizmochina