17 November 2016
Well, it looks like Chinese smartphone manufacturers are getting ready to unveil their next-gen flagships. Recently Xiaomi unveils their brand new flagship Mi 5s. Now we have rumors that Meizu is getting ready to unveil two new flagship smartphones.
As per latest rumors, the Meizu new flagships will be unveiled in November this year. The device will be released as Meizu Pro 6 successor as the Pro 6S. At the event, the company is expected to unveil two new smartphones. One will be a standard variant with 5.2 inches display and it will be powered by MediaTek Helio P20 Soc whereas the second variant will be Meizu Pro 6 Plus. This variant is rumored to have 5.7 inches display and Samsung’s Exynos 8890 Soc will be powering this handset. At the moment, it is still in dark whether one of the devices will have curved display variant.
We also heard that Meizu upcoming flagships will be having a complete redesign overhaul. The Antenna bands are also hidden of this smartphone. If this redesign rumor is accurate, we can expect a completely redefined Meizu flagship. There is also a rumor that Meizu is testing a mid-ranger as well. The mid-ranger variant is featuring a display from 4.7 inches to 5 inches display. This device is packed with a plastic body. The model number of this device is M611A and Chinese 3C also certified this device. As far as the OS of the device is a concern, it will be the Yun OS. At the moment, it is still in dark whether Meizu will unveil the new mid-ranger alongside the flagship variants or we can expect mid-ranger will be announced a bit earlier than the flagship variant.
They are the flagships and more over the "Pro" and "Plus". So, you can expect the best out of Meizu this time.
Exactly. It will be the best of processors, the best camera, RAM and storage combination. It has to be the best of everything.
No wonder, it has to be. But these are too early days. There are and will be all kinds of rumors and leaks.
They will be certainly there. And we have to take all kinds of news with a pinch of salt. It is likely that many times the specs will be exaggerated.
These will be devices with some killer specs, I am sure. They are the flagships of a well-known company and will try to bring the best in them.
That's right, but that's not the only thing. Just see Xiaomi just released their best phones and Meizu will have that in mind when they develop their phones.
That's but natural. There's stiff competition between them and the newer phones hitting the market will be better than that of the previous ones.