Meizu has just released its biggest ever mobile phone — the Meizu M3 Max — and with it, Meizu’s product line has been effectively completed: PRO 6, MX6, Meizu M3E, Meizu M3 Note, M3 / M3S, Meizu U10 / U20. (And now, it looks like a Meizu PRO 6s is in the works)
But that doesn’t seem to have stopped them from working on new phones. From previous rumors, we believed they were going to host a press conference on September 13th (in which they were expected to announce the next generation flagship: Meizu PRO 7), but that doesn’t seem to be happening anymore.
The rumor has recently been disproved by Lin Nan — Meizu’s Vice President — on Chinese social media, “We’re looking forward to launch the flagship Meizu PRO7 next year” (image below).
The Meizu PRO 6S leak.
Almost at the same time this came out:
As we can see from the image above, the listing shows a Meizu PRO 6S.
The various leaks and rumors could indicate that Meizu are going to launch a beefed up version of the PRO 6 and not the largely rumored Meizu PRO 7 flagship.
Although we don’t know yet what it’ll be called, we pretty much know what hardware it’ll run on (according previous benchmark leaks). The smartphone will feature a 2560 x 1440Px display, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage (expandable). It’ll run Flyme OS based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and it’ll sport a 12MP shooter on the back and a 5MP on the front.
As of now, that’s all we can say. We’ll discover Meizu’s real plans soon enough.