Meizu was extremely successful last year, this China-based company managed to sell 20 million devices in 2015, which is a huge improvement compared to 4.4 million units they were able to ship out a year before that. That being said, Meizu still hasn't announced a single device this year, but that will change this month. The company is holding an event on April 6th during which Meizu will announce the M3 Note mid-ranger, while April 12th seems to be reserved for the company's all-new flagship, the MX6 or PRO 6. Speaking of which, these two devices have been surfacing like crazy recently, both of them surfaced recently, and now we have a new PRO 6 leak to share with you, read on.
If you take a look at the two images down below, you'll get to see the alleged Meizu PRO 6 in the flesh. The phone does resemble its predecessor to an extent, but its side bezels will be thinner this time, at least it seems like that with the screen off, and the back of the device looks significantly different this time around. The all-new antenna design will be available here, as the company's CEO already confirmed, ant the camera circle on the back is quite a bit smaller this time around. Below the camera, you'll get to see the ring flash, and in the middle of it Meizu quite probably included the Laser Autofocus. The mBack physical button is back once again here, and it does resemble the one on the Meizu PRO 6 quite a bit.
The company's VP has already confirmed that this device will sport a pressure sensitive display, while Meizu's officials said that the 1080p display will make a comeback here (AMOLED quite probably), and the device will be fueled by the Helio X25 64-bit deca-core SoC (also confirmed). Meizu will actually have exclusive rights to the Helio X25 SoC in the beginning, as was confirmed recently. The Meizu PRO 6 will almost certainly sport an all-metal design, and 4GB of RAM will probably be included on the inside. The 21-megapixel snapper is expected to be available on the back of Meizu's upcoming flagship, and you can also expect two SIM card slots to be at your disposal. We're still not sure which version of Android will this ship with, but Android Marshmallow is to be expected, on top of which you'll get Meizu's very own Flyme UI.