Meizu Pro 6 Edge with 2K Display and Dual Edge Screen Leaked Online in Real Life Renders

Real Life Images of Meizu Pro 6 Edge Leaked Online.


Not long ago, Meizu launched their flagship phone, the Meizu Pro 6. However, it seems like the Chinese company is reportedly working on the successor to that smartphone, the Meizu Pro 6 Edge. Some days ago, an unknown Meizu smartphone with a dual edge display popped online.

Real Life Images of Meizu Pro 6 Edge Leaked Online

Today, the same unknown smartphone has leaked online yet again, but this time, the black coloured variant. According to GizmoChina, the device will be called as Meizu Pro 6 Edge, and it comes with a dual-edge display.

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Going by the leaked images, the Meizu Pro 6 Edge comes with a dual curved display on both front and back, which helps in the better grip of smartphone. Several rumors popped earlier suggested that it will come with the Samsung's Exynos 8890 chipset along with 4GB of RAM. Also, the smartphone is said to feature Samsung AMOLED display with a 2K resolution, same as the Galaxy S7 series.

Real Life Images of Meizu Pro 6 Edge Leaked Online

As we all know that Meizu has scheduled an event for tomorrow, where the company will launch the affordable Meizu M5 Note, and we are expecting the Meizu Pro 6 Edge to start at the same time. If it doesn't launch tomorrow, it will be launched sometime by the end of this year itself as there are several talks that the company has started working the Meizu Pro for early next year launch.

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