Meizu MX5 Pro to be powered by Samsung's Exynos Processor [Report]

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    Few days back, the Chinese handset maker Meizu has launched its high end smartphone MX5 in the market. Now, the company is working on another variant, dubbed as Meizu's MX5 Pro.

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    Meizu MX5 Pro to be powered by Samsung's Exynos Processor [Report]

    According to the latest leak, the so-called Meizu MX5 Pro will be powered by a Samsung's Exynos 7420 SoC and will also feature a slobber knocker of a rear camera sensor, 41MP. Further, the leak also suggested that the smartphone will be released during the later months of 2015.

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    Also, the report stated that, "According to reliable sources, Meizu second half will launch a high-end flagship, metal frame, double-sided glass, priced 3XXX"

    Moreover, it is not only about the Exynos processor, but it expected to come with the dual-glass design. On the price tag, it is quoted to be above $480 (approx Rs. 30,593), which is pretty costly and similar to that of Samsung's current flagship.

    Meizu MX5 Pro to be powered by Samsung's Exynos Processor [Report]

    But according to a new rumor that supposedly comes from Meizu VP Li Nan, the company is planning on scrapping the MX5 Pro handset.

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    As the above information is not officially confirmed, we will get to know more about MX5 Pro when during the later months of 2015.

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