The Meizu boss, Li Nan, today made contact with the company’s fans, and shared with them information about the upcoming flagship smartphone Meizu Pro 6, confirming that he will not get the 2K display and opening a few other interesting details.
Meizu fans remember that the only time the company has used the 2K display, was a Meizu MX4 Pro. Li Nan said that the reason for the refusal of high-resolution screens, is that the company aims to reduce energy consumption.
Also under discussion, the company boss said that Meizu Pro 6 will be equipped with a processor Exynos 8890, as the chipset does not provide full network support. Thus we know that Meizu Pro 6 is designed to support all Chinese mobile operators, but how it will be equipped with the chipset?
Given that the company is preparing a mid-level smartphone that will equip the processor Helio X25, we can immediately discard the entire line of chipsets from MediaTek. Thus, it remains only to Qualcomm’s processors, and is a good chance that we will see a device that runs on Snapdragon 820-based
In addition, we can expect a touch-sensitive display, a new version of the operating system Flyme target Android 6.0-based, as well as 6 GB of RAM as the smartphone Vivo XPlay 5.