Meizu is all set to announce its Pro 5 flagship on September 23. We have been hearing a lot about the device in the past few weeks, thanks to the numerous leaks online. Meizu’s Chief Architect of Flyme OS, Yang Yan also revealed yesterday that the flagship won’t be coming with Flyme 5 OS based on Android 5.1 out of the box. This was disappointing and kind of surprising as well given that Flyme 5 debuts alongside the Pro 5 flagship.
Now, we have received more details about the upcoming Pro 5 device, thanks to the certification at the National 3C Quality Certification Center. According to the listing, the new Meizu flagship will come in two variants, one with the model number M576 and the other with M576U. These two could be the low-end and high-end variants of the new flagship.
While we kind of knew there would be two variants before hand, the listing also reveals that both the models will support fast charging at 12V / 2A. That’s charging at an impressive 24W, which will definitely speed up the overall charging times. The listing only reveals the model number of these two devices, but given that Meizu has an event for the release of Pro 5 next week, its almost likely that these two are the Pro 5 models.
As for the specs, the Meizu Pro 5 flagship is expected to feature a 5.7-inch FHD 1080p display with Samsung Exynos 7420 chipset. Like mentioned above, there will be two variants of the device, 3GB + 16GB and 4GB + 32GB models. At the back, there will be a powerful 21MP camera, while up front expect a 5MP selfie shooter. While the battery size is unknown, at 12V / 2A, you wouldn’t have to wait for more than a hour or two to get it fully charged.
The company VP Li Nan had already revealed some of the renders of the new flagship and they looked similar to the previous generation models. You can check them out from down below.
As for the pricing, the high-end version is expected to cost above 3000 Yuan ($471), while the low-end version could be priced somewhere around 1499 Yuan ($235).