Meizu Pro 7 receives 3C certification in China


Meizu’s upcoming flagship, the Meizu Pro 7 has been in the limelight due to its secondary back display since the past few days. While the launch of the device is expected to take place early next month, two new Meizu smartphones, with model numbers M792C and M792Q assumed to be variants of the Meizu Pro 7, passed 3C certification in China.

Though the exact specifications of the smartphone haven’t been confirmed as of now, we have been hearing several rumours about the same. The device is supposed to sport a 5.5-inch or larger display, an extraordinary processor, a fingerprint sensor and large enough RAM, going by what we saw on its predecessor. The firm is said to use a deca-core Helio X30 processor for this flagship. We have been hearing a lot about the Meizu Pro 7 from last year since it was supposed to make its debut in early 2017, but due to production supply issues of the Helio X30, the flagship was delayed by a few months.

The Meizu Pro 7 will, no doubt, have 4GB/6GB RAM and might be available in 64GB and 128GB storage options. It will boot on Flyme OS out-of-the-box which is still based on the dated Android 6.0 Marshmallow. As per rumours, the smartphone’s secondary display will show important notifications, date, time and much more. It may be hard to imagine such a display especially along with the camera module at the rear, but going by the renders that have surfaced the web since the past couple of days, it might very well be a reality next month.

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[Source: Anzhuo Via: Androidheadlines]