The Meizu PRO 7 has been leaking like crazy lately, and the phone's alleged specs have just surfaced yet again. This time around, the device's specs have been found in Meizu's alleged source files. Now, according to this leak, the Meizu PRO 7 will be quite a powerful smartphones, as it should, as this is the company's upcoming flagship smartphone. This leak does not reveal when the phone will land, though, many people expected it to arrive before the end of April, but that did not happen, so it's anyone's guess now. In any case, let's take a look at the leaked specs, shall we.
According to the leaked source files, the Meizu PRO 7 will be fueled by the Helio X30 (MT6799) 64-bit deca-core processor by MediaTek, as expected. Some leaks suggested that the Meizu PRO 7 might ship with one of Qualcomm's chips, but it's getting more obvious by the day that the Helio X30 will be the company's SoC of choice, mainly thanks to a number of rumors that are pointing in that direction. This leak also suggests that the Meizu PRO 7 will have two camera snappers on the back, Sony's IMX386 and IMX286 sensors. A 16-megapixel shooter will be placed on the front side of the Meizu PRO 7, and we're looking at Samsung's S5K368 sensor here. Now, the 'Dual Display' has also been mentioned in source files, though we really don't know what that means at the moment, on one hand, it could mean that the device will ship with a secondary display, like the LG V20, on the other it could be some sort of an always on feature or something of the sort. In any case, we'll have to wait for more info before we know what exactly that means.
That is pretty much it when it comes to today's leaked specs, but if some previous info is to be believed, the Meizu PRO 7 will ship with an AMOLED display, and the device will pack in 4GB or 6GB of RAM on the inside, it is even possible that Meizu plans to release both variants. Android Marshmallow or Android Nougat will come pre-installed on the Meizu PRO 7, and on top of Google's OS, you'll get Meizu's proprietary Flyme OS.