Early last month, a couple of renders showing off an edgeless smartphone from Meizu made the rounds. While the company has not yet responded to the leak it has taken the covers off a new flagship device.
The newly announced 'PRO 6 Plus' is a revision to the existing Pro 6 smartphone launched earlier this year, packing the following high-level specs:
|CPU||64-bit Exynos 8890 octo-core CPU|
|Display||5.7", 2560x1400 (QHD), Super AMOLED, 518PPI2560x1400 (QHD), Super AMOLED, 518PPI|
155.6 x 77.3 x 7.3mm, 158g
|Camera||12MP (IMX386 CMOS Sony sensor), Front 5MP|
|Aperture||f/2.0, Front f/2.0|
|Other camera features||PDAF, laser focus, six-element lens, two-tone flash|
|Storage||64/128GB (UFS 2.0)|
|RAM||4GB LPDDR3 memory|
|Battery||3400mAh, 24W fast charging|
|Audio||ES9018K2M 32-bit DAC, AD45275 amplifier, 3.5mm audio jack|
The PRO 6 Plus will also ship with Flyme 6, the latest version of Meizu's Android-based operating system. The OS will also include an AI engine dubbed 'One Mind' which will adjust device performance, according to user preferences and the frequency of app usage, in order to deliver a smoother experience.
The device is available for purchase now in gray, champagne gold, and silver with pricing anticipated to be 2,999CNY ($435) for the 64GB model and 3,299CNY ($479) for the 128GB model. However, it appears that, at least for now, the Pro 6 Plus is not yet for sale in the US.