In addition to the new smartphone M6s, Meizu also introduced Live and Flow Bass Earphones. The first has a modular design, and the second is an updated version of Flow, was released last year along with Meizu Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus.
Meizu Live earphones designed with a transparent case made polycarbonate and metal parts constructed using metal powder metallurgy technology. The headphones use MMCX coaxial universal connector.
They also come with interchangeable tuning nozzles, allowing you to change the sound frequency depending on your preferences. In addition, there are as many as seven pairs of earbuds of different sizes.
Meizu Flow Bass earphones have a three-unit construction. The headphones are similar to the original Meizu Flow, but are available in a new color. For features, we can note the support for Bass+ technology for more pronounced low frequencies.
Meizu Live will cost about $202, and Meizu Flow Bass will be available for $93.