Here we go with a new device! Meizu official presented their new flagship models to the public today, designed by the Silicon Valley based studio “frog design”.
As previously rumored the Pro 7 features two Super AMOLED displays. Depending on which version you pick, the main display is around 5,2 inches (Pro 7 – 1080p/423PPI) up to 5,7 inches (Pro 7 Plus – 2K/518PPI) large.
The second screen on the back of the alloy frame has a size of 1.9 inches with a resolution of 240 × 536 pixels (307PPI).
Specs sided the Pro 7 comes with a Helio P25 or Helio X30, 4GB LPDDR4X RAM and a 3000mAh battery, while the Pro 7 Plus uses the Helio X30 with 6GB LPDDR4X RAM and 3500mAh.
Furthermore, both devices will be offered in a 64GB and 128GB version. No matter, which version you choose both will be based upon UFS 2.1. Except the 64GB version of the Pro 7, which is based upon eMMC5.1, which is around 50% slower and twice as power hungry than UFS2.1.
GPU sided the Helio P25 will be powered by an ARM Mali-T880, while the X30 version utilizies an IMG PowerVR 7XTP.
Powered by mCharge 4.0 (5V 5A) the Pro 7 Plus achieves 67% load within 30 minutes. Unfortunately the Pro 7 only comes with mCharge 3.0 (5V 2A).
Compared to the Pro 6 Plus thats around 33% faster.
On the back we can find two 12MP Sony IMX386 with f/2.0. On the front there is just a single 16MP camera.
Like all previous Pro-Series devices the Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus will be equipped with a Cirrus Logic CS43130, offering a superb HiFi experience.
Both devices will be shipped with Flyme 6 based on Android 7.
The Pro 7 will be available in black, red and gold for a price of 370€ (64GB) or 430€ (128GB).
The Pro 7 Plus gold, black, grey and silver for approximately 455€ (64GB) or 520€ (128GB).
Sales are planned to start on the 5th of August.