The Meizu Pro 5 was released in Q4 2015. It has a 5.7” AMOLED Full HD display, 3GB/4GB RAM, sports an Exynos 7420 processor and a 21MP primary camera. When it launched Meizu even ran a promo where you could swap your OnePlus 2 for a brand new Pro 5.
Over the past couple of months following the launch of the Meizu Pro 6, the Pro 5 has had its prices slashed from its initial tags of ¥2799 ($438) and ¥3099 ($485) for the 3GB+32GB and 4GB+64GB variant respectively. Right now, it has even gotten a lot cheaper (the 3GB variant though).
Lynx currently has the 3GB model for just ¥1699 ($248) which is a lot lesser than the ¥2199 ($320) price tag its wearing on Meizu’s official website.
Although you get less RAM, you can still expand the storage as the Meizu Pro 5 supports up to 256GB SD cards. The phone also has dual SIM slots (nano-only), a 5MP front facing camera, USB Type-C, and a 3050mAh battery with Quick Charge 2.0 support.
The specs are not bad at all and one good thing is that the Pro 5 will also get updated to Flyme 6.