Meizu has introduced the company's new flagship earlier today, the Meizu PRO 6. This handset is a successor to the company's PRO 5 phablet which was introduced back in September. Both of these handsets are made out of metal, and they do resemble each other, but they're aiming at different consumers. The PRO 5 is a 5.7-inch phablet, while the PRO 6 is a 5.2-inch smartphone. That being said, we've already covered the main announcement of this handset, plus we have some additional PRO 6 coverage on the site, if you'd like to check that out.
That being said, Meizu has provided quite a few official images for their new flagship, and we're here to share all of those with you in a single article. The gallery below this article contains all those images, and if we stumble upon more, we'll make sure to update the gallery accordingly. The Meizu PRO 6, as you can see in these images, sports an innovative antenna design, its antenna is located in the lower portion of the phone, which means Meizu didn't have to use antenna lines anywhere else. This might seem like a trivial thing, but it makes the device look sleeker than its predecessor, that's for sure. The mBack physical home button is back once again, and it is placed below the display. The fingerprint scanner is placed inside of that physical key, and the display above it is sensitive to pressure, which is a first smartphone manufactured by Meizu to ship with such a display. Meizu actually calls this '3D Press', and the technology is also known under 'Force Touch' and '3D Touch' naming schemes.
The Meizu PRO 6 features a 5.2-inch fullHD Super AMOLED display, along with 4GB of RAM and 32GB / 64GB of internal storage. The device is fueled by the Helio X25 64-bit deca-core processor by Meizu, and a 21.16-megapixel camera is placed on the back of this smartphone, along with the 10x 'Ring flash' sensor, and the Laser Autofocus. The 2,560mAh battery is also a part of this package, and so is Meizu's mCharge fast charging technology. For a more detailed look at the device's specs, click here.