Meizu has repeatedly stressed that the company has scrapped the Meizu MX Pro lineup this year. However, that doesn’t mean we won’t see a high-end flagship in the second half. Meizu VP Li Nan had earlier said that the company was developing a super high-end device planned to launch in a few months. Looks like, we have got some more details about this device, as most of the specs of the phone have just been revealed.
According to the leak from Weibo, Meizu’s unnamed high-end flagship will feature Samsung’s Exynos 7422 chipset clocked at 2.1GHz, the same one that powers the Galaxy Note 5. It looks like the company is targeting large screen lovers with this device as it will feature a 6-inch display with an impressive 2K resolution screen. There will be 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 32GB of eMMC 5.0 storage.
For camera, there will be a 20.7MP sensor at the back, with OIS and sapphire lens. One of the highlights of the device will be its large 4100mAh battery inside a 7.2mm slim metal body. We will most likely see the same home button integrated fingerprint sensor that we saw on Meizu MX5 on this high-end handset. Also, there will be a single SIM card slot only. As for software, the new Meizu flagship is said to run on Android 5.1 with Flyme 5.0 on top. Like most Meizu top-end devices till date, the phone is said to support Hi-Fi audio.
Li Nan did not reveal an exact date of launch this year, but we expect the phone to be released at least by November. Remember that this leak comes via Weibo and we are not entirely sure about the specs. So, we advise you to take this news with a pinch of salt.