Meizu Pro 6S believed to run Helio P20 chipset

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New information has come light regarding the updated Meizu Pro 6 phone, and the chipset is thought to be running.

Over the past year, Meizu fans have been eager to hear from the company and have hoped to see the brand launch a new smartphone running a Samsung Exynos chipset, but this is looking more and more unlikely.

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According to new reports the Meizu Pro 6S is going to chip with another Mediatek chipset, in this case a 16nm Helio P20 SoC. That said the P20 in the new Meizu updates is though to run at up to 3Ghz with a more powerful Mali T880Mp2 GPU.

Other features of the Meizu Pro 6S include fast charing a 5.2-inch display, and a familiar all metal body,

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  1. Karly Johnston
    October 10, 2016

    So all the loyal fans waited and waited for Exynos and they get a crappy Helio P.

  2. realjjj
    October 10, 2016

    lol sure thing a midrange SoC overclocked, someone needs to smoke less.

  3. October 10, 2016

    I really do believe that Meizu need a change in management and especially marketing

    • Jh1
      October 10, 2016

      Agreed. I like meizu, but I don’t understand their phone releases over the last year or so. P20 makes perfect sense in the m4 note, but not in the pro 6….which was already overpriced for a helio x25 device with disappointing camera.

  4. Aristotelis Tz
    October 10, 2016

    so p20 is more powerfull than x25????

  5. xi7
    October 10, 2016

    lol mp2 device

  6. Muhammad Yasir
    October 10, 2016

    MP2 variant is shit .. no ?

  7. Alexandre Tokam Kaptue III
    October 10, 2016

    Anyone know their sales in 2016 ?

  8. sere83
    October 14, 2016

    Meizus complete separation from reality continues. Surely the company can’t survive with this insane strategy. Literally releasing successors to older products that are actually worse, refusing to invest in camera R&D, high prices etc etc. This madness has got to stop, the companies getting run into the ground…