Unnammed Meizu smartphone gets certified by 3C
Meizu is in their kitchen planning something else for us and we just got to know this when one of their smartphones visited the 3C office to get a certification. Known as the China Compulsory Certification, the device which has a model number of M611A doesn’t have much revealed about it but we do know that it would be running the YunOS and have a screen size that could be in the range of 4.7 inches and 5 inches.
While this in itself is a newsworthy item to grab the whole headlines, there are also reports that the smartphone company are working on a couple of variants for the Pro 6 and these ones would be dubbed Pro 6S and Pro 6 Plus.
If what we have heard have any iota of truth to them, then the former would be running with the help of a MediaTek Helio P20 chipset while having 5.2 inches of screen to itself while the Plus variant would go to Samsung for an Exynos chipset and as for screen, would be a bigger one with 5.7 inches to call its own. Lastly, the reports claim that by the end of next month, we should be expecting them.
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