Meizu’s growth rate is staggering, this company has managed to increase their shipments considerably. They’ve sold 4.4 million smartphones in 2014, and have managed to increase that to 20 million units last year. The company has been under the spotlight lately considering we’ve seen tons of Meizu PRO 6 rumors and leaks, while Meizu themselves have been releasing bits and pieces when it comes to this phone as well. Our source at the company has confirmed that Meizu will hold two press events next month, and we do know that the Meizu M3 Note will be announced on April 6th, while the company’s all-new flagship will follow a bit later (MX6 or PRO 6).
That being said, the Meizu PRO 6 is shaping up to be a really interesting phone. The company’s execs have confirmed that it will sport a rather interesting antenna design, while we also know that it will sport a 1080p (1920 x 1080) display, and it was confirmed that it will be fueled by the Helio X25 64-bit deca-core SoC as well. Meizu will have exclusive rights to the Helio X25 in the beginning, which is also quite interesting. Anyhow, the company’s VP has released an image taken on the Meizu PRO 6 a while back, and back then it looked like he was trying to tease the inclusion of a pressure sensitive display on the Meizu PRO 6. Well, a couple of days ago, reports started coming in saying that the Meizu PRO 6 might not include a pressure sensitive display after all, but Meizu’s VP decided to clear all doubt, and confirm that such a display will be included. Li Nan has re-posted the previous image (this time in Chinese though), but this time he actually confirmed that the company will include a pressure sensitive display on the Meizu PRO 6, he flat out said that in his latest Weibo (Chinese social network) post.
The Meizu PRO 6 will be made out of metal, and aside what we’ve already mentioned, it will probably ship out with 4GB of RAM, and it might sport a 21-megapixel camera on the back, though this hasn’t been confirmed just yet. Android 6.0 Marshmallow is expected out of the box, and on top of it, you’ll find Meizu’s very own Flyme UI. The Meizu PRO 6 might be announced next month, even though it was expected to arrive in the third quarter this year. Either way, we’ll see what happens, stay tuned.