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Meizu's selfie stick competes with Xiaomi with interesting features with price tag at a dollar more

20 March 2017 0

The technological industry is faced paced with tons of competitors fighting to gain maximum market share for particular products and so is the case with the popular Chinese brands that are rising fast in contrast to the already well-established brands like Samsung, Apple, LG and more.

Meizu lately showcased their dedicated page on Weibo that made it clear that the company is all out to compete with the Xiaomi MIJIA brand. With various smart products like headphones and speakers that float in addition to other products.

They also released new Bluetooth selfie stick that works wirelessly with an addon functionality of self-timer. Priced at 14 dollars, it's just 1 dollar more than the counterpart from Mi selfie stick that is tagged at 89 Yuan.

The selfie stick is quite similar to the one that Xiaomi released with an overall design pretty much the same. Apart from the logo and remote size being a bit bigger, rest of it looks pretty much the same. Also, a very handy feature is when the phone’s holder gets rotated at any angle.

An extendable metal bar that is made out of aluminum alloy is also a highlight of the selfie stick, that is anodized to become scratch and wear resistant. What’s amazing is that the smartphone is fully compatible with Android and iPhone OS devices that feature a 60mAh battery giving it a functionality to shoot 10,000 times consecutively.



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