As per our source, Meizu has now officially revealed that it will launch Meizu 16 and Meizu Suspension Speaker ‘Gravity’ on August 8th at Beijing Performing Arts Center. Meizu is also expect launched its mid-range Meizu X8 smartphone alongside the Meizu 16 and Meizu Gravity Speaker. According to our source, Meizu 16 and Meizu X8 will be priced similarly with the price of the Xiaomi Mi 8, somewhere between Rs.20,000 to Rs. 20,500.
The Gravity Suspension Speaker was crowdfunded in the US in May 2016 and was priced at $169 (approximately Rs. 11,000INR) and its shipping was expected to start in December of that year.
However, it was postponed due to some manufacturing issues. In March 2017, Meizu once again announced that the project was postponed due to the fact that the product did not meet the requirements of the founder Huang Zhang.
Meizu Gravity Suspension Speaker Features
The biggest highlight of the Meizu Gravity Bluetooth speaker is the design. It is designed by Japanese designer Tsutsui Hiroyuki. On this black colour speaker, there is a transparent acrylic glass which makes the speaker look floating in the air.
Another visual effect of this design is the use of prisms to refract images onto clear acrylic crystals, making it both stylish and technological.
The Acrylic glass which is placed on the surface of the speaker will also show the song name, progress and other track related information.