Leaks seemingly confirm the design and features of the Meizu Watch with LTE
The Meizu Watch initially leaked in January, but information about the smartwatch has been quiet until now. However, Digital Chat Station has shared an image of what they claim is Meizu's first smartwatch. The render matches what the China National Intellectual Property Office showed in January, albeit with more polish.
Based on Digital Chat Station's render, Meizu has opted for a rectangular display with rounded edges, reminiscent of the Apple Watch. The Meizu Watch appears to have relatively thick bezels though, as is common with cheaper smartwatches.
The Meizu Watch also only has a single button, rather than a digital crown. There is no immediately obvious way of removing its watch strap, either. It is difficult to determine what sensors the Meizu Watch has too.
Digital Chat Station adds that the Meizu Watch runs Flyme OS, meaning that it will support third-party applications. Additionally, the smartwatch will have a built-in LTE modem and eSIM, so it should be capable of making and receiving calls. It is unclear when Meizu will unveil the Watch, though.