Rumors are rife that Chinese electronics company Meizu is all set to roll out its newest flagship, namely the Pro 7, soon. Now, new leaks have appeared that give considerable insights to the phone’s design, specifications, as well as its display.
The leaked images, which closely resemble the company’s oft-used marketing material, suggest a titanium alloy body which will replace the aluminum one which erstwhile reports had pegged for the phone’s body.
Contrary to earlier speculations that the phone may feature a dual-curved display, a la Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, it appears that the Pro 7 would look a lot like its predecessor, the Meizu 6, and do away with the curved display edges.
The leaked information revealed a lot about the phone’s specifications too, indicating a 5.7-inch, 4K display as well as an apparent MediaTek Helio X30 chipset. Along with that, the leaks indicate a 12MP camera unit on the back featuring a Sony IMX362 sensor with a 10 LED flash array. There is no word on the front camera as of yet.
The purported Pro 7 is likely to come in three RAM variants (4GB, 6GB, 8GB) and will have a fingerprint senor embedded in its home button. The phone would also reportedly come replete with mCharge 4.0 in order to facilitate quick charging services.
Seemingly, the three Pro 7 variants will carry different price tags and differ a tad bit in their in-built storage capacities as well. The 4GB variant of the phone will feature a 64GB primary memory and is likely to be priced around $479 (approx. Rs. 32,480).
The other two variants (6GB and 8GB) will feature an in-built storage space of 128GB and will be available for $523 (approx. Rs. 35,460) and $550 (approx. Rs. 37,290) respectively.
Officially, there is no word regarding the price or release of the phone and it remains to be seen when it will be unveiled.