Meizu Flyme OS 5.0 now available in India

New Delhi, India, February 03, 2016: Meizu has announced the launch of its upgraded Flyme OS 5.0 for its MX5 Indian customers. The upgraded OS encapsulates an intuitive and simple system app layout, supported by a smooth and exquisite transition animation.

The Flyme OS 5.0 experience:

Home screen

  • Floating notification: Notifications can be displayed in floating mode without interrupting operations.
  • Multi-task: Card-type multi-task lists are added and can be long pressed to lock an individual application.
  • Multi-screen mode: Based on the multi-task list, two applications can be displayed at the same time in multi-screen mode in an adjustable ratio (only some specific applications are supported).
  • Batch icon sorting: Icons can be selected and moved in batch mode to different pages or directories on Home screen by long pressing Home screen and selecting Sorting Icons.
  • Shake to sort Home screen: Icons on Home screen can be sorted rapidly by entering the Sort Icon mode and shaking the mobile phone.


  • Indian Flavour: Boot animation of Taj Mahal and a ringtone dedicated to India.
  • Display: Added a display in Notification panel to show the app which is currently using GPS, and users can disable it directly on the panel.
  • Optimized layout: When the notification bar without unread notifications is dropped down, all switches are displayed on it by default; and when the notification bar with unread notifications is dropped down, more options the notifications can be viewed by pull down the zone.
  • Optimized Icons: Icons are now in the middle for calendar, messages and memos.
  • Boot Speed: Optimized boot speed, which is more prominent when the system installs a lot of apps.


  • Brand new design: The Setting page is adjusted in the aspects of interaction and functional grouping. Added search function in Settings. Now users can enter keywords to search related options and features.
  • Battery management: The power consumption order is optimized, so that software and hardware power consumption is displayed separately.
  • Volume classification: Volume can be managed by classification in Settings > Sound and Vibration > Volume.
  • Network sharing: A Wi-Fi network can be shared via QR code by tapping a Wi-Fi hotspot in Settings > WLAN.
  • Default application: Default applications can be specified for specific categories in Settings > Apps > Default apps.
  • Simulated colours: The colour space can be simulated in colour blindness mode or in amblyopia mode in Settings > Accessibility > Developer options > Simulated colour space.


  • Phone acceleration: Apps running on the background can be disabled to accelerate the operating speed of the mobile phone.
  • Cache clearing whitelist: App caches, redundant APKs, and app residuals can be whitelisted to prevent unexpected removal.
  • Scheduled clearing: The Scan and clear option is added to scheduled cleaning for convenience.
  • Data usage on the notification bar: A switch for displaying data usage on the notification bar is added in Data > Settings.
  • Quick scan and one-key optimization: The health status of the mobile phone can be known upon entering the interface without waiting. All problems can be fixed with one key.
  • App detecting: Fake apps can be detected to prevent potential risks.
  • Privacy security: enhanced permission management for privacy protection. News Service

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