Two days from now, on April 13, Meizu is going to announce its new model of the Pro Series, the Meizu Pro 6. And the last few days have been far from low profile for Meizu. Some days ago, Meizu mocked other devices with fast charging technology and now it was time for its own device to become a victim of sarcasm.
Today, Meizu released a poster about the event that’s taking place in two days and it said: “They talk to you about many MP’s (Megapixels) but they don’t tell you how much the lens will be protruding”.
All would be good and funny if it weren’t for… Meizu’s own device that has all these “flaws”! So, let’s see what we have: High-Megapixel cameras and protruding lenses. Like the following picture. Yes, Meizu stepped on a banana peal and mocked its own last year’s flagship, the Meizu Pro 5!
The Pro 5 has a huge 20.1MP rear camera fitting into a 7.5mm thin body, something that forced the company to let it protrude out of the body. The Meizu Pro 6 isn’t out yet, but it’s already being rude to his little brother so we can assume that one of the following is true: Either the Pro 6 is thicker and a big sensor can fit easily into it or a lower MP sensor is chosen for this years’ flagship. Not necessarily worse than last years’, something like what Samsung did from S6 to S7. In two days we’ll find out and we are excited about that!