Meizu MX5 Pro coming in September with massive QHD 6-inch display
In September, Chinese phone maker Meizu is reportedly going to out a massive phablet in the name of a Meizu MX5 Pro. Although the biggest smartphone will still be the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab Q which was released in China last year, the upcoming Meizu MX5 Pro has on its own, a 6-inch display with Quad HD, which produces a far better PPI of 490 than the 210 pixel per inch score the Samsung phablet has with its HD resolution.
Similarly, other specs of the yet-to-be-announced Meizu smartphone will come massively as a MediaTek Helio X20 SoC with 64-bit deca-core CPU, a massive 4GB of RAM and 4,000mAh battery unit are all found on the specifications menu. The handset will pack a 20.7-megapixel Sony camera with OIS features at the rear for advanced photography while Android Lollipop is expected to run the software side.
A specific date wasn’t given but we know it won’t be long before the Pro MX5 model arrives as sources claim a September launch date is on card.
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