The newest leaked images of the supposed Meizu Pro 7 design have reportedly revealed what fans can expect.
Upon looking at it closely, it can be observed that the rumored upcoming device from the Chinese company looks like a reflection of the two smartphones from the South Korean tech giant – the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy Note 7. Is it a clone?
While Meizu has never issued a comment or an official statement confirming the release of the new unit, the photos that suddenly went online appeared to have validated recent rumors. They are going to offer an updated version of their Pro 6 model.
As described by Phone Arena, the Meizu Pro 7 is the “most radical” mobile device from the company.
“The dual-edge design revolution is currently associated with Samsung and its S7 Edge and Galaxy Note 7, but the Meizu Pro 7 might offer such great features at a much more affordable price,” the report theorized.
The tech site further narrated that its camera is another thing that will surely excite a lot of consumers some more. Accordingly, its dual camera system could be packed with improved zoom, thus, making its output even clearer since the blur (photo noise) will be reduced.
In the meantime, the International Business Times shared that a teaser image of what looked like an invitation was posted on Weibo, China’s micro-blogging site.
This reportedly hinted that an event, where Meizu Pro 7 might be unveiled, will be held on Sept. 3. In the supposed invitation, the words “Pro than Pro” and “true flagship fingertips” were inked, allegedly giving a clear idea that the Chinese company is keen of releasing it soon while ensuring that they will not disappoint the consumers.
When it comes to the expected specs of Meizu Pro 7, the online news outlet dished that it might come with Quad HD 2K display, 4GB RAM, 32GB storage running on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.
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