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Xingji Meizu Group bets big on AI phones

By Ma Si | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2024-05-17 15:43

Xingji Meizu Group unveiled its AI strategy. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

Xingji Meizu Group, a smart device maker backed by Chinese auto giant Geely, has unveiled its latest artificial intelligence phone to target tech-savvy consumers, as the company vows to put "all into AI" amid the intensified competitions.

The new phone Meizu 21 Note is powered by the company's operating system Flyme AIOS, which can support more AI functions, such as more natural human-machine interactions.

AI phones are the now the latest trend that all smartphone brands are eager to embrace. As AI impacts all corners of the device market, smartphones are expected to drive the AI revolution into every home, according to a report by global market consultancy International Data Corp.

IDC's preliminary forecast suggests 170 million next-generation AI smartphones will be shipped in 2024, representing almost 15 percent of total smartphone shipments, a sizable jump from the roughly 51 million shipped in 2023.

This share is expected to climb rapidly beyond 2024 as industry players push aggressively toward new chips, and use cases evolve further, IDC said.

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