The leaked specs of the Meizu Pro 7 had surfaced yesterday and now an alleged real shot of the display has also emerged. Even though it’s a low quality image, it does reveal the dual-edge curved display of the smartphone.
The snapshot revealed by PriceRaja suggests that the device shown in the video is Meizu Pro series smartphone. The display features a sidebar on the left side to give access to frequently used apps. The Home button appears to be clickable and may come embedded with a fingerprint scanner.
As previous rumors have stated, the smartphone seems to sport a metal unibody design. Speculations are rife that the chassis of the Pro 7 is made up of titanium.
The leaked presentation slides contained shots that appeared as press renders of Meizu Pro 7. However, none of the slides showcased the front side of the flagship phablet. However, the slides contained the details on the specifications of the Pro 7.
The Meizu Pro 7 is expected to feature a 5.7-inch display with 4K resolution. A MediaTek Helio X30 chipset that features a 64-bit deca-core processor. Other rumors have claimed that the phablet would be powered by HiSilicon Kirin 960 chipset manufactured by Huawei.
The Meizu Pro 7 is speculated to be available in different RAM options such as 8 GB, 6 GB and 4 GB. All the three variants are expected to offer an internal storage of 128 GB. Rumors are rife that the Meizu Pro 7 with 8 GB RAM would be costing 3,799 Yuan ($552).
Last year, Meizu had released Meizu Pro 6 in April with 5.2-inch quad HD display and MediaTek Helio X25 chipset and later in November, a 5.7-inch quad HD display totting Meizu Pro 6 Plus powered with Samsung Exynos 8890 was unveiled. Hence, speculations also indicate that Meizu will be releasing both Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus this year.
The Chinese manufacturing is known for following a pattern of releasing its high-end devices in the second quarter. Hence, it is pegged to get announced between April and June.