Yesterday Meizu finally announced the Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus, its latest flagship smartphones, following many weeks of leaks, rumors, and speculation. The devices both come with a second screen on the back, dual rear cameras, and top specs throughout.
The first flash sale for the duo will happen in China on August 5, which is next week. Ahead of that, as usual in China, the company has started taking registrations - you can't participate in a flash sale without registering first. In slightly less than one day, the Meizu Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus managed to score over 100,000 registrations, meaning a lot of people are anxious to get the opportunity to buy one.
The Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus certainly break with Meizu's traditional smartphone design, especially through the location of the dual rear cameras and, of course, that secondary display. They aren't the cheapest Meizus ever, that's for sure, but the company is betting that they will be deemed interesting enough to warrant their prices ($430 for the smaller Pro 7, $530 for the Plus version).