Here are the Meizu Pro 7 renders with curved display

meizu pro 7

The Meizu Pro 7 is a phone that I hope isn’t in the dreams of Meizu fans, it’s curved display and new features could really ignite the brands recognition.

For years now Meizu have made phones that look like Meizu phones which is great for brand recognition but a tad boring too. Each and every Meizu looks the same as the previous and flagship phones could easily be mistaken for budget devices (at least by less experienced phone fans) which is what makes the new Pro 7 renders rather enticing.

meizu pro 7

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New renders follow on from previous reports that said the next generation Meizu flagship would come with features that are still not all that common. In addition to a curved display up front (which so far is only available on Vivo, Samsung and Blackberry devices), the Meizu Pro 7 also looks set to benefit from dual rear cameras.

In addition to those two headline features the Meizu Pro 7 retains the same loop design for antennas and LED flash ring as the the Pro 6.

Meizu are also rumoured to be heading back to Samsung and use the Exynos 8890 in the new Pro 7, however with Mediatek’s investment in the company we do find this a little hard to believe.

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  1. balcobomber25
    August 17, 2016

    Just stop with the Exnyos 8890 rumors. Every new phone from Meizu is now rumored to have it, even though Meizu themselves specifically have come out and said they won’t be using that chip because it doesn’t support all Chinese networks.

    • Muhammad Yasir
      August 18, 2016


  2. realjjj
    August 17, 2016

    The curve is not even close to ideal and the home button would still suck but it would be a pretty good look.
    Doubt it is real because Meizu doesn’t seem capable of designing this.

    • Bailey
      August 18, 2016

      Why couldn’t Meizu create this it’s not that amazing? And there home button/finger print scanner from what I read was not bad quality and reliable.

      • realjjj
        August 18, 2016

        It’s not that amazing but it’s much better than what Meizu does. They copy Apple’s ideology of huge upper and lower bezels to make it thinner.Home buttons are a bad idea that expired years ago when phones went 5 inch or higher, quality has nothing to do with it.

        • Bailey
          August 19, 2016

          Home buttons did not expire 5 years ago as 2 of the biggest phone manufacturers use them. Samsung and Apple. And since Samsung sell more phones than anybody else they are very much in.

  3. choyboy
    August 17, 2016

    as long as they are stuck with mediatek it will suck. nothing from mediatek comes close to the a10, 820 or 8890. I’m not paying for a “flagship” phone with significantly inferior performance.

  4. Karly Johnston
    August 17, 2016

    If it uses the 8890 it is an off brand S7E.

  5. MattD
    August 17, 2016

    The 1000th “exynos 8890, dual edge meizu pro” leak will win free candies… I’m almost sure someone will claim the prize by the end of the month…

  6. Ceza-BR
    August 17, 2016

    Splendid! Magnificent. I want one.

  7. Tommi
    August 17, 2016

    Upgraded SoCs on phones in 2017, hopefully performance go up and energy usage down.

    Helio x30
    Kirin 970

    • Karly Johnston
      August 18, 2016

      We aren’t going to be seeing much speed increase on the A73 based chipsets. Energy consumption will go down.

  8. Tommi
    August 17, 2016

    Forgot Exynos 8895

  9. Muhammad Yasir
    August 18, 2016

    im finding it hard to believe meizu are still taken seriously …

  10. Tayfun kelle
    August 18, 2016

    Charge problem?

  11. HansKralter
    August 22, 2016

    How about offering a Link to your Weibo-Source? Blogger-Bullshit…