Meizu surprised us all last month by unveiling not one, but three new handsets. After keeping quiet for the initial three months of the year, the company decided it was time to update all of the three major lineups in April, namely Meizu M3, Meizu M3 Note and Meizu Pro 6. While these three phones are already announced, there could be more. We have heard rumors about the Meizu MX6 launching sometime in the second half of this year and now, thanks to a Geekbench listing, it looks like there is a possibility of a Meizu Pro 6 Lite version as well.
The Geekbench listing reveals that there is a slightly toned down Meizu Pro 6 variant, with 3GB RAM on board. In case you remember, the Pro 6 flagship is the first phone in the market to run on the new Helio X25 chipset which is an overclocked and faster version of the X20. While we would expect the toned downed version to feature the slower Helio X20 chip, it looks like the phone has the same MT6795T i.e. Helio X25.
The scores are pretty amazing, with the model scoring 2061 in the single-core test and an impressive 6691 in the multi-core test. Both the test scores are better than the original Pro 6’s score, which gets only around 1800 in the single-core and 6200-6300 in the multi-core test.
However, we are not quite sure whether this would end up being announced as the listing is of March 22, which is way before the Pro 6 was officially announced. It is possible that this is a prototype model that was being tested before launch. So, we better wait for some more concrete details about the device.