After months of what seemed to be an endless wait, Meizu finally released a phone with an Exynos chip. The Meizu PRO 6 was unveiled after the launch of Meizu’s new Flyme OS 6. Although it does not look much different from the Meizu PRO 6s and PRO 6, Meizu has added one or two design changes to set it apart.
Meizu’s PRO 6 Plus has an all-metal body with U-shaped antenna lines. The camera and LED flash are positioned exactly the way it is on the other PRO 6 models. However, Meizu has changed the camera housing and given it a design that reminds you of a compact disc.
Up front, there is a fingerprint scanner embedded under the mBack button which is the only button you’ll need for navigating the Meizu PRO 6 Plus. In addition to being a bio-metric scanner, the button can also measure your heart rate.
The bottom part of the phone is where you see the earphone jack, USB Type-C port and speaker grille. The dual-nano SIM card tray is on the left and the power and volume rocker is on the right.
The Meizu PRO 6 Plus starts at ¥2999 (~$435) for the 4GB+64GB version and goes up to ¥3299 (~$480) for the 4GB+128GB version. It sports a 5.7” QHD display, a 12MP rear camera, a 3400mAh battery, and has NFC.