Meizu is preparing to launch the successor model 6 PRO, or PRO headphones 6 Plus. Presentation of the device to be held in September and looking renders it seems that the Chinese heavily inspired by the competition …
Meizu has had a successful premiere model PRO 6 and clearly wants to constitute success. Some time ago we learned that the company invites you to the conference, which will show several new products – one of them may be just a larger model PRO 6 Plus. Looking at the leaks and renderings that have appeared on the network looks like the company "gently" is inspired by the latest trends in the mobile market …
Meizu PRO 6 Plus can offer the best of connections iPhone and … Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The device is designed like edges, which have so far been made famous by a series of Galaxy and the rounded corners that immediately visually become similar to him iPhone. Users will also find a physical home button, which also looks similar to what we already know from smartphones Samsung. These renderings are from Weibo, so you should not turn a blind eye – in spite of everything.On the back side you will find the camera in the upper middle part and camera flash. Upper and lower part of the device includes an antenna and this is another copy of the iPhone.
The device is to have a screen running at a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. Under the hood we find a processor Exynos 8890 supplied by Samsung – exactly the same, which supplies flagship Galaxy S7. In addition, the Meizu PRO 6 Plus is to have 4 GB of RAM, 32 gigabytes of memory for user data 12-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel webcam on the front of the device. The smartphone will run under Android 6.0.1 along with the overlay Flyme.
Currently Meizu has a scheduled event, to be held September 3 – practically in the middle of the IFA in Berlin, which is rapidly approaching, and which also see plenty of other news. It is therefore highly likely that exactly 3 September we learn more about the larger variant of Meizu and its price. Looking at the renderings (which may be true), I doubt that the smartphone will be out of the Middle Kingdom. It is mainly about too much inspired by other manufacturers. Who knows, after all, Meizu is available in some Polish stores. It is possible that, and this model will go to them.