Meizu has an event today for the launch of the Meizu M3 Max phablet, which is targeted at large screen lovers. However, after this event, the company reportedly has another event scheduled on September 13, where we expect the Meizu Pro 7 flagship to be unveiled. The company is said to go back to Samsung’s Exynos series, this time, Exynos 8890 for the Pro 7 flagship. Now, the latest information from China reveals that alongside the new flagship phone, the company could also release its Flyme 6 OS.
It’s been almost a year since Flyme 5 was announced, so it’s about time we saw the next version of the Flyme UI. In case you are wondering, there is a possibility that the Pro 7 won’t come with Flyme 6 UI pre-installed, since last year, we saw that the Flyme 5 OS was announced alongside the Pro 5 flagship but was only available for the device after a few months.
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As for the Pro 7, unlike the Pro 6 which came with only enough specs to be considered as a flagship device, it is expected to come with power packed features such as Exynos 8890, 4GB / 6GB RAM variants, curved display and 12MP rear camera.
The pricing of the device was also leaked before. It is said that the Pro 7 with 4GB RAM would cost 2799 Yuan ($420) and the one with 6GB RAM would cost 3099 Yuan ($465). Of course, as of now, we can’t be sure of the pricing, but expect more details in the coming days.