Meizu Pro 6 Plus slated for a possible September 3rd launch
Meizu has planned a media event for the third of September and at this one, we are expecting to see the launch of a new device. There are already reports to suggests that the smartphone we are looking at to be the star of the day is none other than a Meizu Pro 6 Plus which has had the wraps taken off of its just “Pro” version since April and saw a release the next month.
Now again, a pair of renders have shown up on the internet to suggest what type of build the smartphone would carry.
From these renders, it can be easily discerned that one of the major build differences between the Pro 6 and Pro 6 Plus is the curved screen technology that can be seen on the latter and running this one through the AnTuTu benchmark, we have even more specs to consider now.
While we can’t confirm information about the screen size yet, we do know that it would have resolution of 1440 x 2560 and under the hood would be one of Samsung’s homemade recipes – the Exynos 8890 chipset. There would be 4GB of RAM coordinating some of the affairs and that would be coupled to the 32GB of internal storage space.
The back panel of the smartphone has a 12MP camera unit on it and a 5MP shooter is on the front for selfies and making video calls.
Pricing and availability is yet to leak but with enough patience, we would be getting that information during the launch on 3rd September.
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