Jun 14, 2017 05:18 PM EDT
The latest leak of the alleged Meizu Pro 7 was released a few days ago. The images show that the latest high-end phone from the Chinese manufacturer has a weird-looking rear design with a secondary display.
Meizu Pro 7 will be the latest high-end smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer that is expected to release by the end of this quarter. The unique design of this phone is reported by Phone Arena, which introduced a rear-mounted secondary display.
The alleged rear mounted display of the Meizu Pro 7 was first discovered by several enthusiasts and leaked in many Internet forums. However, according to Android Headlines, those leaked images of rear mounted display in Meizu Pro 7 can not be considered as concrete evidence until the phone is released. Furthermore, the rear display may prove to become a gimmick rather than a useful feature.
Meizu Pro 7 is expected to release in early July as another high-end product line from the Chinese manufacturer. The phone is expected to be released with a top-notch specification to compete with other high-end smartphones from other brands. Based on the earlier information, Meizu Pro 7 is reported to be powered by the MediaTek's chip, Helio X30 MT6799 with Deca-core 2.5 GHz CPU.
In term of the display, Meizu Pro 7 is going to sport a Full HD 5.2 inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920. The phone will run FlymeOS 5.5, the firmware developed by Meizu based on Android Marshmallow 6.0. Users expected the new flagship phone from Meizu will also have its 3D Press a pressure sensitive display technology from the previous version of Meizu Pro.
Meizu Pro 7 is aimed to become the next luxury smartphone from the Guangdong-based phone manufacturer after its successful Meizu Pro 6 in April last year. Similar high-end technology that currently available in Pro 6 is expected to be re-installed in the Pro 7. Meizu has a good market segment for Android smartphone in Hong Kong, Russia, Ukraine, Israel and India.
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