Smartphone manufacturer Meizu the more ardent fans of Chinese smartphones are definitely familiar. Meizu brand belongs to one of several competitors in the field of available smartphones on the domestic market, but according to the latest information, the manufacturer is going to explore other technological segments as well.
In 2022, the brand was bought by a Chinese car manufacturer Geely, under whose patronage the aforementioned Meizu operates autonomously. Hot news suggests that in addition to smartphones, Meizu could also add to its portfolio electric cars.
Still in its infancy
At the moment, we don't know much about the big ambitions of the Chinese smartphone manufacturer. Meizu is currently expanding the number of employees with new ones who will participate in the new automotive projected. Job offers can even be viewed on Meizu's official Chinese website.
According to the company itself, Meizu plans to open up to within three years 1000 own brick and mortar stores, in which you will be able to view not only new smartphones but also new electric cars. The Chinese Meizu has even managed to register a trademark "Wujie Automobile".
In the footsteps of Xiaomi
We have already published quite a bit on our parent portal Xiaomi Planet a large number of articles regarding the preparation of its own electric car from Xiaomi. Although there has been no official performance yet, there is more and more information related to the performance itself.
Both brands, Xiaomi and Meizu, are obviously trying to show the world the high potential of bringing affordable electric cars loaded with technological gadgets that will definitely find their target group. In the editorial office, we are already very curious about how the development of Chinese cars will develop.
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