Meizu to drop production of the Pro 6 Plus due to chipset concerns
According to rumours, we got to know that Meizu is planning the release of two new smartphones into the market and these ones would be an upgrade over their existing flagship device, the Meizu Pro 6.
The first one that was leaked has a named of Pro 6s while the other which we expected to have a bigger screen would be named Pro 6 Plus and carry an Exynos 8890 chipset from Samsung. However, while the company would go on with the production of its Pro 6s, we have doubt that we might see the Pro 6 Plus soon or even ever.
From the chat with one of the vice presidents of departments in Meizu, it was revealed that they developed some issues during production with the chipset clashing with the 4G capabilities that they were trying to incorporate into the smartphone and for the fear of releasing a faulty device, they have scrapped the whole idea for now.
In this October therefore, we should be expecting only the Pro 6s which would take a lot from its predecessor in terms of design and for specs, under the 5.2 inch of screen is expected to be a big 4GB RAM and impressive 21MP camera unit on the back. For processing, it would draw inspiration from an old deca core processor from MediaTek, the Helio X25.
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