Meizu Pro 5 has been making news for a few days, with many a rumours about the upcoming Meizu flagship flooding the market for quite some time. Just a day back a set of hands on images of the device was spotted, where the Meizu Pro 5 was seen running on a stock version of Android.
However a new press render of the upcoming flagship from Meizu shows the device runs on Flyme 5.0 with a popular lock screen version seen in the company's own OS.
Despite the fact that the previous leaked images of the devices hinted that the device may come running on a stock ROM, analysts at Gizbot believe that the press renders leaked today are more credible.
It would be highly unlikely of Meizu to launch a flagship without their own flavoured OS. In fact Meizu hasn't launched a single phone without the Flyme OS till date except the Ubuntu edition of the MX4 Pro.
So far it is known that the Meizu Pro 5 will sport a Helio X20 or an Exynos 7420 SoC, 4GB RAM and 5.5/5.7 inch Full HD panel. The camera on the back will reportedly be a 23MP unit sourced from Sony, similar to one seen on the Xperia Z5 Premium.