Meizu will provide 36 months official warranty for Meizu 20

Meizu is a China based relatively small smartphone brand. Though it’s a small brand it’s not a new one. Their products are mainly sold in China and some other countries. So the brand isn’t that familiar like Xiaomi, Samsung or Apple. But Meizu went viral this time for their upcoming Meizu 20 series.

Meizu 20 will offer some of the best specs currently available in flagships including Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, flagship cameras and more. Meizu claims that the Meizu 20 will offer the fastest under-display Ultrasonic fingerprint scanner currently available for smartphones. This makes the Meizu 20 so special and stand out from the current flagships.

Not only the flagship specs, Meizu announced to offer 36 months of warranty for their upcoming Meizu 20 smartphone. That means Meizu is very confident with their product. Meizu is assured to take strict quality controlling steps like some of the most popular manufacturers.

weibo post from Meizu technology announcing the strict quality controlling system

In general, most of the time brands give 1 year warranty for their smartphones with some conditions. Even Samsung’s latest flagship S23 Ultra offers 1 years of Official warranty. This reaches up to 2 years or more in few cases for few brands. But Meizu offers 3 years warranty ensuring their customers about the after-sales service. Though there are very few service points outside China.

According to Meizu’s website, they have service centers in these regions: Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Update Status and more are coming soon. You can check Meizu’s service points from their official site.

Meizu 20 render revealing its front design

According to the renders of Meizu 20, it will offer an iPhone-like design vibe. The glass and metal combination with flat edges will make the phone strong against bending. But the only thing where Meizu phones lack is the software. As the brand has a small team to work with, they can’t push updates frequently like Samsung or Apple does. But let’s see how Meizu handle this software side this time.

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