Meizu has been quiet for a while in India, but it has been launching a handful of devices in its homeland, China. According to a report published by a Chinese website, Meizu is planning to launch the successor of its previous generation flagship Meizu Pro 6 called Meizu Pro 7. Also, the report hinted about some specifications of the phone like display, processor, and RAM.
Meizu Pro 7 Specifications
Keeping the trend, Meizu may upgrade the processor from MediaTek Helio X25 to Helio X30. The new Helio X30 is the first processor from MediTek to be built using 10nm FinFet technology and also the first processor to use ARM Cortex-A73 cores. So it is safe to expect great performance coupled with good battery life on this upcoming phone.
In terms of display, Meizu may take huge stride by jumping from Full HD display on Meizu Pro 6 to 4k display on Meizu Pro 7. It may allegedly feature a 5.7-inch 4K display, which will put the phone in the elite list to offer 4K display on a smartphone.
In the camera segment, it may house a 12MP Sony IMX362 camera sensor with large 1.4-micron size pixels, i.e., 56% larger pixels compared to previous generation sensors with 1.12-micron pixels.
Meizu might have thought 6GB RAM is mainstream, so it has decided to incorporate massive 8GB RAM on Meizu Pro 7. At this juncture, we have no idea on how 8GB RAM will be utilized on this phone.
Meizu Pro 7 may also retain some fancy features like 10 LED flash, 3D touch from its predecessor. The device is expected to come in three variants. The base variant is tipped to come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, and is estimated to cost CNY 3299 (approx. Rs. 32,500). Another variant is supposedly going to offer 6GB of RAM with 128GB storage, for CNY 3599 (approx. RS. 35,500). The top variant may offer 8GB of RAM, along with 128GB storage at CNY 3799 (approx. Rs. 37,500).
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Overall, if the report turns out to be true, this phone will be a great bet for the money. We are disappointed by the fact that Meizu Pro 6 didn’t make it to the Indian market, however, let us hope Meizu to launch its upcoming flagship in India.