There are indications that the Meizu Pro 6S flagship may likely be released before the end of the year with a refreshing new design and upgraded specs. Recall Meizu VP today lent some credence to rumors that the Meizu M5 would be released on October 31. The VP Li Nan seem to be in the mood of sharing details about upcoming devices today.
The VP has also hinted via a post on Weibo that the Meizu Pro 6S flagshipwould be seeing an upgrade, perhaps released before the year to crown up its year end sales. If not, how then do we explain the teaser? The post was accompanied by a photo containing two smartphones that looks like a black variant of the Meizu Pro 6.
The statement shows an upgrade is likely coming to the Pro 6 and perhaps both in the design and a few specifications. Meizu had earlier been rumored as preparing two flagships dubbed Pro 6S and Pro 6 Plus. The Chinese company was said to be working on redesigning the looks of the devices and is looking to create a design where the antenna bands are completely hidden thus creating a more refined and unified visual effect.
Some details of the expected Pro 6S had earlier appeared via its 3C certification listing and earlier rumors had given the device as coming with the Helio P20 chipset inside. An earlier rumor had also talked on an Exynos 8890-powered flagship but that has been debunked by Meizu’s VP before now.
Yet, a recently leaked benchmark appearance featuring a couple of renders (pictured) of the device had given the Pro 6S as coming with an MT 6796 chip which is a derivative of the Helio X20 thus creating some sort of confusion around the device. Not much else is known for now but we’ll be on the look out and keep you updated as always.