The chaps over at GizChina.it have managed to dig through some data and extract specifications for the upcoming Meizu Pro 7.
Meizu, when not breaking up its own brand, is on the verge of releasing a Meizu Pro 7 flagship phone, well at least that’s what all the rumours point at.
Rumours sparked during MWC earlier in the year when Meizu announced that it planned to be the first phone maker to launch a handset using the Mediatek Helio X30 chipset. It didn’t take inspector Cluedo to figure out which phone the X30 was destined for, yes that’s right! The Meizu Pro 7.
Today that deduction became more of a reality when GizChina.it posted a screenshot of some code that it claims comes from a source at Meizu working on Flyme for the new flagship.
The important details are highlighted in orange, but we’ll list the details below.
According to the leak, the Meizu Pro 7 will come with a 10nm deca-core Mediatek MT6799 which is the code name for the Helio X30. The X30 features 3 core clusters ranging from 2 x 2.5Ghz down to 4 x 1.9Ghz.
The information goes on to show 2 camera modules on the phone which might relate to a dual rear camera design as we have seen on other flagship phones recently. The cameras in question for the Meizu Pro 7 are the Sony IMX386 and IMX286. The front sensor is also listed but is a Samsung S5K368, the same 16-megapixel camera found on the rear of the OnePlus 3T!
Another interesting detail is the mention of a ‘dual display’. While we don’t know what this means we guess that is might be some sort of integrated secondary screen like those on the LG V20 and HTC U Ultra.
This information comes at an interesting time with OnePlus rumoured to launch the OP5. We’ll have more on the Meizu Pro 7 and other flagship Chinese phones as it becomes available.