Meizu Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus officially revealed with a 2-inch secondary display, dual cameras, mCharge 4.0 and more from ~RM1829
Finally, after several weeks of endless teases and rumours about the Meizu Pro 7, Meizu has finally revealed two new smartphones - the Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus. These aren't just your regular smartphones either because they have an interesting secondary display that's located at the back. Looks interesting, let's check out the official specification:
Meizu Pro 7
- Octa-core Helio P25
- 4GB of RAM
- 64GB internal storage
- 5.2-inch Super AMOLED FHD display
- Dual 12MP + 12MP Sony IMX386 camera sensor (f/2.0 for both) | 16MP front camera
- Features 2-inch Super AMOLED secondary display, mCharge 4.0
- Flyme 6.0 based on Android 7.0
Meizu Pro 7 Plus
- Octa-core Helio X30 processor (10nm chipset)
6GB of RAM
128GB internal storage
5.7-inch Super AMOLED QHD display
Dual 12MP + 12MP Sony IMX386 camera sensor (f/2.0 for both) | 16MP front camera
Features 2-inch Super AMOLED secondary display, mCharge 3.0
Flyme 6.0 based on Android 7.0
So first things first, the touch-enabled secondary display behind is a 2-inch Super AMOLED display. Like all secondary displays, it allows the user to check and manage notifications from music to messages, even as "mirror" for a selfie with the dual rear camera and has a "wide variety of customizable wallpapers".
On the other hand, the dual rear camera will function as a standard RGB and monochrome sensor. That being said, it's a bit odd to introduce a 16MP front camera since the secondary display can help with the dual rear cameras, but that's just on paper, of course.
There was no mention if there's any expandable storage available or not, so as the fingerprint scanner but they should probably be on board. Moreover, Meizu has included a mCharge technology on the Pro 7 Plus which charges super fast (67% in 30 minutes), as well as a dedicated audio processing chip for the audiophiles which will flow perfectly for the Meizu Flow headphones. No word on if the headphones will be included or separated from the box.
There are some rumours that Meizu Malaysia will bring in these new smartphones into Malaysia. The mid-ranger Pro 7 will cost 2880 Yuan (~RM1829) and the plus version is 3580 Yuan (~RM2274). So expect that price range if it actually comes.
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