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Meizu Pro 6 launching on 13 April

by on12 April 2016

First MediaTek Helio X25 phone

Meizu is about to launch its highly-anticipated high-end Meizu Pro 6 phone at an event taking place in China on 13 April.

It has already been confirmed that the phone will carry MediaTek's Helio X25 chipset wich is the world's first deca-core processor. Now one can expect to see it running in a 5.2 inch 1080p super AMOLED display, 4GB or RAM and 32GB storage in the its entry level and probably more RAM for the higher-end models.

The device has 21 megapixel camera, LED flash ring with internal laser focus unit and some faster charging system like the latest Pump Express Plus – a new standard that can support up to 24W (12V/2V) with more than 3A and maximal current of 4.5 A.


This is the maximum the standard supports and we hope to see it shipping with Meizu Pro 6. The Meizu Pro 6 now has a 5.2 inch form factor. The previous generation Meizu Pro 5 was a 5.7 inch phone while the runner up Meizu MX5 was a 5.5 inch phone.

One of the prototypes managed a score close to  91,165 on its benchmark tests,  but MediaTek has promised that the phone should score closer to 100,000 by the time it hits the shops.


The phone comes with Android 6.0 out-of-the-box and a few specifications claim a force sensitive touch which are limited to native FlyMe applications. There is a mention of the Meizu Pro 6 Plus which would be a larger version of the phone launching at the same event, but we will have to wait and see. Most leaks about the Meizu Pro 6 mini, medium and maxi were inconsistent.


 We will finaly learn all about it tomorrow, and if the phone is as impressive as Meizu M3 Note that launched just a few days ago, the company is going to have a great 2016 and proably outgrow its 20 million 2015 sales growth figures.

Last modified on 12 April 2016
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