Alan Pope reveals his Meizu PRO 5

The first units of the new terminal arrive Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu Edition and revisions the same are not long in coming. Canonical’s Community Manager himself has been kind enough to take some videos of himself and run some tests for us to see the convergence of Ubuntu with our own eyes and we judge.

The distribution of this new terminal is not being as satisfactory as it should be and, in addition to not reaching a single unit in the United States, there are other countries that are also being left without enjoying this great device. The company is making all the necessary arrangements to solve this problem and reach all its users as soon as possible.

On previous occasions we have already commented on the expansion plans that Canonical intends to new devices through the convergence of your operating system. In addition to computers and tablets, TVs are within their goals along with smartphones.

This time we talk about Meizu PRO 5 terminal, the most powerful of this company that has the particularity of support Miracast (display WiFi) natively. It is one of the most attractive features of this terminal and one of the first recordings have been made of its operation.

The video, although very short, makes it clear how Alan Pope connects the Meizu PRO 5 to test this feature with an adapter Microsoft Wireless Display attached to an LED TV. Other videos that were also recorded leave us with scenes from the connectivity smartphone to other devices such as a Bluetooth keyboard or mouse.

As you can see the presentation reveals excellent functionality on this device. If the videos have left you wanting a little more, Pope himself leaves us some photos of the terminal through a concise tweet.

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