Meizu Pro 6S gets certified by CCC, could feature a downgrade from the Pro 6
When we hear about the next iteration in the line of any smartphone, what we are always on the lookout for is where we would be getting the upgrade on the units but when Meizu planned to launch the Pro 6, they actually brought the screen down to 5.2 inches from the 5.7 inches that was offered instead on the Pro 5.
Now that the new one in the line of their devices – Pro 6s – has already gotten its own certification from the CCC, we are hearing whispers of yet another downgrade on this unit.
Using the Helio P20 chipset which is a tad lower than the Helio X25 that featured in the Pro 6, this device would retain its screen size at 5.2 inches for this year and go on to use AMOLED technology on that piece that has a resolution of 1080p to boast of.
Asides that, the China Compulsory Certification (CCC) documents have implied that it would use a mCharge 3.0 charger having its rate at 24W. For the reveal of the device, we are looking at a November release.
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