Meizu has confirmed that it will announce the Meizu M3 Note mid-ranger on April 6. Despite that, we seem to be getting a steady stream of leaks about the Meizu Pro 6 flagship which should debut only in the next couple of months. Thanks to a render released by the company’s VP, Li Nan, we got to know about the unique antenna lines on the device. Now, for the first time, the real-life image of the front of the Pro 6 has been leaked.
One of the first things you’ll notice is the lack of visible bezels. The company seems to have trimmed down the bezel size on the sides to a considerable extent, at least, that’s what we can see from the image. However, like most phones, the Pro 6 might have some black borders on the sides, which unfortunately, we can’t confirm yet. Another thing we can see is the presence of what looks like 2.5D glass as well as the mBack home button, which should most likely feature a fingerprint sensor.
The back of the device was already leaked, and this could be the same phone that we saw in the earlier images. The Pro 6 will reportedly feature an updated design with rounder corners and a compact form factor. Like mentioned above, the antenna lines are a bit different on the device. Also, it seems that the phone will come with a ring flash along with Laser Autofocus in between.
Moving to the specs, the Pro 6 flagship is confirmed to come with a pressure sensitive display as well as the new Helio X25 deca-core chipset. Other unconfirmed features of the phone include an all metal design, 4GB of RAM, 21MP rear camera, dual SIM card slots and Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS with flyme UI on top.