The Meizu Pro 7 leaks in new renders
If Meizu is not known for any other thing, it is that the Chinese smartphone company are used to offering devices that are of very good specs and premium build for a very low price. The premium build that they employ for their smartphones is what makes them especially endearing, what with the sleek metal finish that they employ to please customers. With the Flyme OS running underneath most of its smartphones, the Asian OEM could be looking to add yet another beauty to its already impressive line-up.
This device which could be the one that has also been rumoured to be the Meizu Pro 6 Plus has only been heard of in rumours but with the most recent picture leaks, it has started to look like something real rather than just the figment of the imagination of one overtly creative, tech-savvy individual.
It features a dual curved edge screen, a feature that we have come to associate with Samsung’s latest flagships these days and we have heard that this might not be the only link between the phone and Samsung with the chipset being rumoured to be an Exynos, Samsung’s homemade recipe.
With the recent leaks, the Meizu Pro 7 might have the trick of a dual camera setup up its sleeves and if this is really seen, then picture quality just got way better.
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