With the news expected to drop tomorrow on the Meizu Pro 6 tomorrow, this gigantic leak literally leaves nothing to the imagination for the upcoming phone. The Pro 6 has suffered from quite a few leaks following up to the launch but this is the biggest one yet.
The latest leak not only spills the beans on the specs of the device but also has images of the phone in the flesh, as well as AnTuTu benchmark scores. Wow.
As far as the specs go, the Meizu Pro 6 will have a MediaTek MT6797T (Helio X25) chipset mated to 4GB RAM, a 21 megapixel camera with 10 LED flash ring under the main camera and a front snapper at 5 megapixels. Both cameras will feature laser autofocus. The display will be a Samsung made 5.2 inch Super AMOLED with 3D Touch-like capabilities at 1080p. The device will have 32GB internal storage but no microSD slot, but it will support dual-SIM. Last but not least, it will be running Android 6.0 Marshmallow skinned with Meizu’s Flyme OS. Oh, and fast charging.
The 3D Touch feature will only operate with certain native apps on the phone, and apparently isn’t as well implemented as Apple’s own Force Touch.
The leakster also managed to run AnTuTu on the Meizu Pro 6 and it scored better than its predecessor the Pro 5, which only averaged at about 86,322 while the Pro 6 clocked in a good 91,165 points. Of course its left in the dust by the likes of the the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge (134,599) and the Xiaomi Mi 5 (136,875) but puts it close to the Huawei Mate 8, which averaged about 91,157 points during AnTuTu testing.
The Meizu Pro 6 is set to drop 13 April, so fingers crossed they’ll still have something to surprise us with at launch.