Meizu will finally release the much anticipated Pro 6S smartphone today after up to six months in the works. The Meizu Pro 6S is likely coming with an upgrade just on the camera end and battery life, else the device would be similar to the Pro 6, according to words from Meizu officials.
Ahead of the event, the Meizu Pro 6S has already appeared on popular online mall Jingdong (JD.com) where early reservations are already opened for the device. The Pro 6S real image seems to have made its first outing via the reservation poster and it indeed bears a design consistent with the Pro 6. The Pro 6S uses a metal body design with the antenna band on the top and bottom edges. The device is also said to come with entire network support but unfortunately still doesn’t support storage expansion, meaning no microSD slot. The device is also going to be available in various colors.
Since the device will see just a few upgrade from the Pro 6, the price would be the major focus of many. The Jingdong reservation affixed a price tag of 2699 Yuan ($399) on the Pro 6S. The price is for the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage version of the Pro 6S, perhaps the top-end version as there is likely a 32GB ROM version which may likely be cheaper.
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On the specs, the Pro 6S features a 5.2-inch display with 1080 pixels resolution and comes equipped with the MediaTek Helio X25 chipset. The phone’s appearance on AnTuTu recently reveals a 21MP rear camera sensor although that may be wrong. The Pro 6S may likely use the same 12MP Sony IMX386 sensor as the Meizu MX6 with support for four axis optical image stabilization. The battery capacity is also increased to 3,060mAh.
The device is said to go on sale on November 7 after today’s launch event. For 2,699 Yuan, would you contemplate buying the Pro 6S?