Chinese phone maker Meizu has unveiled its first new flagship smartphones since 2021, as the brand looks to revive its fortunes under new majority owner Geely. The Chinese automaker acquired a majority stake in Meizu last July and last week announced the incorporation of a Meizu-developed in-car operating system into its new Lynk & Co SUV the 08. Meizu launched its new flagship 20 series on Thursday, comprising three models: the Meizu 20, Meizu 20 Pro, and Meizu 20 Infinity. The new smartphones run on the company’s latest mobile OS system, Flyme 10, and are powered by the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset with LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage. The range features a 50MP main camera and 120Hz screen and comes in a choice of four colors: green, yellow, pink, or black. The Meizu 20 series will officially launch in China in April, priced from RMB 2,999 to RMB 8,499 ($436 to $1,237). [IThome, in Chinese]