Meizu designs and produces smartphones created to provide a simple, intuitive mobile experience. Based on a business philosophy and committed to pursuing perfection and long-term development, Meizu remains focusing on developing innovative and user-friendly smartphones for consumers. Meizu phones are characterized by their light, comfortable design with a unique wide screen, premium sound quality, high-definition camera, and simple, elegant user interface, combining performance, ease of use and functionality with the durability needed to survive the human experience.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Zhuhai, CN
Founded
2003
Size (employees)
300 (est)
Website
meizu.com
Meizu was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Zhuhai, CN

Key People at Meizu

Jack Wong

Jack Wong

CEO
Yang Zhe

Yang Zhe

Senior VP

Meizu Office Locations

Meizu has offices in Zhuhai and Hong Kong
Zhuhai, CN (HQ)
Technology & Innovation Coast
Hong Kong, HK
610 Nathan Rd, 19/F, Hollywood Plaza

Meizu Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2003

Total Funding

$890 m

Latest funding size

$590 m

Time since last funding

over 2 years

Investors

Meizu's latest funding round in February 2015 was reported to be $590 m. In total, Meizu has raised $890 m. Meizu's latest valuation is reported to be $4.6 b.

Meizu Financial Metrics

USD

Market valuation

4.6 b
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Meizu News and Updates

This is Meizu's crazy phone with an extra display on the back

After teasing it in mid-July, Meizu has now officially launched its Meizu Pro 7 and Meizu Pro 7 Plus phones, both of which have a highly unusual feature: A secondary display on the back of the phone.  The rear display is a 2-inch AMOLED screen that will show you the time, weather info, notificat…

Meizu’s new flagship puts a display on the back of your phone

As smartphone makers race to use up every millimeter of space on the front of our devices, the backs have gone woefully unappreciated. Meizu’s new Pro 7 series wants to change that. The Pro 7 (and Pro 7 Plus) add a small AMOLED panel to the rear of the device, in a rather bold bit of asymetry. It’s …

OnePlus and Meizu busted for cheating benchmark tests for better performance

Your OnePlus and Meizu handsets might not be as powerful as benchmarks tests say. XDA-Developers reports the two phone-makers have apparently tweaked some of their top-selling devices, including the OnePlus 3 and 3T as well as the Meizu Pro 6, to artificially boost CPU performance when running bench…

Meizu is the latest Chinese smartphone firm to sign a licensing deal with Qualcomm

 Qualcomm was hit by a near $1 billion fine for violating China’s antitrust regulations in 2015. That was rock bottom — and another example of a U.S. tech firm coming unstuck in China — but the chip-maker spent 2016 steadily sewing up licensing agreements, the latest being a deal with Meizu announce…

Meizu’s got a $33 touchscreen fitness band with heart rate monitoring

 Meizu’s another in a long list of Chinese phone makers with a strong foothold that has yet to make a dent in the US market. But the company is growing pretty rapidly, selling 20 million phones last year alone, and with such growth comes diversification – which means, naturally, wearables. If nothin…

Meizu launches its $33 FitBit rival in China

Meizu is one of the larger Chinese smartphone manufacturers. Like its biggest competitor, Xiaomi, it specializes in selling highly-specced phones on the cheap. And now, with the Meizu Band, it’s getting into the fitness tracker market. The Meizu Band does pretty much everything you’d expect a fitnes…
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