Recent report suggests that China’s, popular consumer electronics company Meizu is geared up to release a new high-end device in 2016, the Meizu Pro 6.
The smartphone is said to be the successor of Pro 5 launched last year. Meizu Pro 6 is expected to be driven by Samsung’s exclusive Exynos 8890 SoC, which was also sported in the recently announced Samsung Galaxy S7.
The predecessor to this new handset, Meizu Pro 5 was powered by Exynos octa-core 7420 64-bit processor which was the South Korean company’s flagship processor for 2015. Exynos octa-core 7420 was also ranked as the best SoC for the last year.
In addition, the recent rumor suggests that the Meizu Pro 6 will feature 6GB RAM along with 128GB of internal storage on board.
The rumor also indicates that the Meizu Pro 6 will also be released in a 4GB RAM, 64GB alternative.
As far as the design of the handset is concerned, it is speculated to come with a metal design. Meizu Pro 6 is also rumored to feature a 3D/Force Touch technology enabled 5.7-inch screen display along with 1080p screen resolution.
Additional specs include Meizu’s proprietary Flyme 6.0 operating system, fast charging support and some other exclusive software features as well.
In case this speculation turns out to be true, the Meizu Pro 6 would still not be the first handset to come with a massive 6GB of RAM as this specific landmark has been taken by the Vivo XPlay 5 Elite which was launched earlier this month.
The Meizu Pro 6 is not likely to be launched until the end of 2016. However, in the meantime, Meizu seems focused on the release of its mid-ranged handset called Meizu MX6 which is expected to be unveiled sometime in April.