The Pro range of Meizu seems to have a life cycle rather limited: less than a year ago was in fact launched the Pro 5 model, then replaced by the new top of the line Pro 6 in April. Now, after just four months, gradually become increasingly insistent rumors that a Pro version 7 would be in the finishing straight, ready to be announced in the coming weeks.
The decision by Meizu to market a new model could be linked to the lack of success of the current top of the range of the Chinese house, considered by users to be too similar to the previous model, and no specific worthy of representing a real “upgrade.”
The render leaked in the last few hours on the net show a Pro 7 with curved display on both sides strongly reminiscent of what was seen on Galaxy Note 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. The Home key mBack would seem to be traditionally placed below the display, while the power buttons and the volume adjustment are accommodated on the right side of the body.
Looking at the back of the phone, it is clear from the special design of the rear camera – probably 12 megapixel as recently reported by AnTuTu – with a primary sensor and an apparent smaller sensor positioned near the LED flash that could be dedicated to equip images bokeh effect.
The device name is confirmed by “Pro 7” present in the lower part of the rear bodywork, thus disproving the rumors that the new smartphone would be placed on the market as Meizu Pro 6 Plus.
As reported recently by AnTuTu, Meizu Pro 7 should be equipped with the Android operating system in version 6.0 with Quad HD resolution with Marshmallow (5.7 inch) Flyme proprietary UI interface and having a display, a processor Exynos 8890 SoC, GPU Mali- T880, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal memory and a 5 megapixel front camera.
Meizu Pro 7, defined by the same Chinese company “Pro than Pro”, expected to be officially announced on September 3rd.