MEIZU is another Chinese mobile maker to keep an eye-on, especially now that the company announced its newest flagship smartphone, the Pro 6.
At a press event earlier this morning in Beijing, MEIZU announced Pro 6, a device sporting full metal (Aluminum) body powered by MediaTek’s Helio X25 deca-core processor and a 2,560 mAh battery, this to keep the handset extremely thin, measuring only 7.25mm when viewed from profile.
MEIZU Pro 6 is equipped with a 5.2-inch Super AMOLED Full HD display which packs 3D Press by MEIZU tech (kind of like the 3D Touch we’ve seen on the iPhones), it has 4GB of RAM and either 32 or 64GB of built-in storage. On the camera side, Pro 6 packs a 21MP Sony IMX230 sensor with super fast autofocus (0.7 sec). The camera has been customized by MEIZU to fit inside Pro 6’s 7.25 mm in thickness body, thus making the Camera module flat, unlike other phones.
MEIZU will sell the Pro 6 in Black, Gold or Silver colors starting at 340 Euros for the 32GB model, about 385 Euros for the 64GB variant.