The HTC 10 isn't the only smartphone that's due to become official this week. In fact, Meizu will unveil the Pro 6 on April 13, which is this Wednesday. The phone has been leaked a few times already, and last week we even got the first official image showing it.
Today in anticipation of the launch we have the biggest Pro 6-related leak ever. It contains the high-res live images you can see below (make sure you click the thumbnails for the full size shots), as well as full specifications and the score it managed to achieve in the AnTuTu benchmark.
The Meizu Pro 6 will come with a 1080p touchscreen (a 5.2" Super AMOLED panel with 3D Touch-like capabilities), a 21 MP rear camera with 10-LED flash and laser autofocus, a 5 MP selfie unit, and MediaTek's MT6797T (Helio X25) chipset at the helm, sporting a deca-core CPU with two Cortex-A72 cores clocked at up to 2.5 GHz, four Cortex-A53 cores clocked at up to 2 GHz, and another four Cortex-A53 cores that only go up to 1.4 GHz. The GPU is ARM's Mali-T880MP4, while RAM is 4GB.
The handset comes with dual-SIM support, though no microSD card slot apparently. Its internal storage is 32GB. It runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow underneath the latest iteration of Meizu's own Flyme OS. The '3D Touch' feature only works with the native applications, and, according to the source of this leak, isn't implemented as well as in Apple's iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
The Meizu Pro 6 managed to score 91,165 points in the AnTuTu benchmark, which is better than the Pro 5's average score of 86,322. Then again, it's miles behind the Xiaomi Mi 5's impressive 136,875, or the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge's 134,599. The Pro 6 is closest to the Huawei Mate 8, which scored an average of 91,157 points during its AnTuTu runs.
Source (in Russian)
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