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17 July 2017, 01:39 | Justin Tyler
It looks like the box of a new smartphone
The Chinese company has confirmed that the device will be unveiled on July 26. Alongside, Meizu is also expected to launch a Plus variant with a bigger 5.7-inch sized display which is named as Meizu Pro 7 Plus. As we told you on Sunday, the buzz around the water cooler has the phone priced at the equivalent of $480 United States dollars.
According to earlier rumors, the Meizu Pro 7 is expected to be official on July 26th, but the fresh leaks suggest that there will be another device accompanying the Pro 7 and it will be the higher-end Pro 7 Plus which is expected to be available from 4th of August. Photos that come from Meizu reveal the secondary display that takes up a small portion of the back screen.
Well, Jeffrey Yang, senior VP of Meizu, has signaled the debut of the phone is close. Both of them will be equipped with an additional screen on the back. We can see the display being used for notifications, and dates and quick glance stuff like that. If rumors are true, the Pro 7 will be priced at 2,799 Yuan (~$413) and 3,299 Yuan (~$486) for the 6 GB and 8 GB variant respectively. Like Meizu Pro 7, it will have a secondary display on the back It will be powered by same by Helio X30 processor and same camera senors as of Meizu Pro 7. We might also see a Meizu PRO 7 Plus version priced at the equivalent of $555. Meizu is expected to use two 12MP resolution Sony sensors - IMX386 and IMX286. The secondary display is certainly interesting, and we'll know more about what Meizu's plans for the device next week.
There's also a larger Pro 7 Plus that's said to be powered by the Exynos 8895 SoC, the same processor on the S8.
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