Meizu's High-End Curved Display Smartphone Leaks

Meizu hasn’t really introduced that many devices this year, but they did announce their new flagship, the PRO 6, along with some other mid-range and mid-to-high-end devices. The Meizu MX6 was introduced quite recently with a really nice set of specs, but the company’s CEO wasn’t all too happy with its design, which essentially suggested Meizu might opt for a different design language moving forward. A number of reports surfaced out of China, claiming that several China-based smartphone manufacturers are developing curved display smartphones, Meizu included, and recent rumors basically say that such a device might be launched soon, read on.

The Meizu PRO 7 surfaced a number of times now showing off its curved display, but if the recent rumors are to be believed, the company’s curved display smartphone will be a part of the company’s ‘E’ line of devices, not the ‘PRO’ line. The Meizu M1E surfaced recently with a regular display and the Helio P10 SoC, and now we get to take a look at yet another alleged ‘E’ line devices from Meizu. If you take a look at the images down below, you’ll see a sleek-looking smartphone which not only sports two camera sensors on the back, but also the curved display on the sides, similar to the Galaxy S6 Edge, S7 Edge and the Vivo XPlay 5. The company’s multifunctional mBack home key is included here once again, and the device certainly looks much sleeker than the last couple of devices Meizu introduced, mainly because of its display, The company’s devices became way too similar lately, and we’re guessing Meizu wants to differentiate with such a smartphone.

Now, this device, no matter what its name ends up being, will almost certainly ship with the Exynos 8890 64-bit octa-core SoC on the inside, and we’re guessing it will also going to be equipped with 4GB or 6GB of RAM. You can expect the device to sport an all-metal design, and ship with Android 6.0 Marshmallow with the company’s Flyme UI on top of it. Now, chances are Meizu will not introduce this device on August 10th, but anything is possible, we’ll see.

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