Report: Meizu 6S Will Launch Later This Month But Without An Exynos Chip

Last week, rumours circulated the internet like wildfire concerning Meizu’s new devices. As we know, the two devices are known as the Meizu Pro 6S and the Meizu Pro 6 Plus whilst the other seems to be the Pro 7.

Recently, new reports emerged that the company will likely scrape the Meizu Pro 6 Plus as there was no compatibility between the device processor (Exynos 8890) and the dual 4G network policy. The reports were confirmed by Meizu Vice-President Mr Li Nan who further revealed that “the Pro 7 will be released next year”, with no specifications mentioned.

The new revelation puts to rest earlier news that the smartphone brand was going to unveil two more flagships this year, the Meizu Pro 6S comes with a new chip and the Pro 6 Plus has an Exynos 8890 processor.


From the look of things, it seems we will only be getting the Pro 6S before this year elapses, and the major highlight of the phone is the change of the Helio X25 processor for Helio P20 processor. The expected launch is now slated for late October.

Further details of the specifications are there for eyes as it will be a standard variant powered by MediaTek Helio P20 SoC.

In terms of the display, the device sports a 5.2” with 2K resolution. The memory is fascinating as it features a 4GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage, as well as expandable storage of up to 128GB via microSD slot. Camera wise, there is a 12MP rear cam and a 5MP front facing cam for selfies and videos.


Another news has it that there is still a device in the works with model number M611A and sports a display screen ranging from 4.7” to 5”, built in plastic body. Apparently, it seems the device has received 3C certification in China and will run on the YUN operating system.

Meizu is known to always release multiple devices before the close of a year, so let’s wait and see what this company has for us.

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