Meizu MX5 Pro Plus: Android Heavyweight Leaks in Live Pictures, Sports 6 Inch Display, Exynos CPU

    Chinese smartphone maker Meizu is expected to unveil two high-end smartphone running the latest Android platform by the end of this year.

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    Meizu MX5 Pro Plus Leaks In Live Picture: Exynos CPU, 6 Inch Display

    Earlier rumors claim that Meizu might not announce the Pro lineup of high-end smartphones this year. But the latest rumors and leaked images suggest that the company is working with the MX5 Pro Plus.

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    As the name suggested, the Meizu MX5 Pro Plus is an enhanced version of the MX5 Pro, which is not even announced yet.

    Couple of MX5 Pro Plus images along with specification details were allegedly leaked by Droid Feed.

    The device in the leaked image resembles the MX4 Pro, but with the phablet sized display and finger sensor on the home button. The specification of the MX5 Pro Plus has not been confirmed yet, but the leaked image shows the AnTuTu benchmark results.

    The MX5 Pro Plus is rumored to be equipped with Samsung's Exynos 7420 processor paired with 4GB of RAM and comes with at least 16GB of internal memory.

    Meizu MX5 Pro Plus Leaks In Live Picture: Exynos CPU, 6 Inch Display

    Furthermore, it will sport a bigger 6 inch QHD display at 2560x1440 pixels resolution, and packs a 20.7 megapixel primary camera with autofocus and LED flash.

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    The leaked information also claims that Meizu MX5 Pro Plus is likely to be announced in the coming months, but will not be available until November.

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