The Meizu MX6 is one of the company’s most popular devices this year, and its successor could launch sooner than expected. If the newest rumor is to be believed, the Meizu MX7 will land in May next year, and considering the fact that the Meizu MX6 launched in July 2016, this definitely comes as a surprise. Do keep in mind that this is just a rumor though, and we’ll probably see a ton of additional rumors and leaks before this smartphone actually becomes a reality.
Now, the Meizu MX6 is not exactly the most powerful smartphone this company had introduced this year, but it is one of the most powerful ones. The Meizu PRO 6 Plus, Meizu PRO 6 and Meizu PRO 6s definitely trump the Meizu MX6 as far as sheer power goes, but the Meizu MX6 is definitely not a slouch. We do expect that something similar will happen next year as well, the Meizu MX7 will, most probably, be a mid-to-high-end smartphone, at least that’s what we’re expecting, but it is possible that Meizu might surprise us because their ‘MX’ line was once their flagship line of devices. The Meizu MX7 is actually rumored to ship with MediaTek’s Helio X30 64-bit deca-core processor which should become available by then, and some rumors are saying that the phone will also sport a curved display, and a dual camera setup on its back.
The Meizu MX6 is fueled by the Helio X20, so the Helio X30 inclusion in the Meizu MX7 definitely makes sense. Chances are that this smartphone will be made out of metal, at least if previous Meizu-branded devices are any indication as to what we can expect for the Meizu MX7. The company is expected to alter their design language in 2017, so we could see some fresh new designs from this up and coming China-based smartphone manufacturing company. We still don’t have any specific spec details when it comes to the Meizu MX7, but chances are it will sport a 5.5-inch display, so keep that in mind. That is more or less it, we’re expecting to see quite a few Meizu MX7 rumors / leaks in the coming months, so stay tuned for that, we’ll make sure to keep you in the loop.