The Meizu PRO 6 has finally been announced, after a ton of rumors and leaks in the last couple of months. Unveiled at a dedicated event in China, the PRO 6 comes with a slew of highlighting features. It has the deca-core MediaTek X25 processor under the hood, and the display comes with 3D press technology, which is a take on Apple’s 3D Touch. There’s also 4GB of RAM on the phone, along with a 21-megapixel rear camera with laser autofocus.
As expected, the PRO 6 has a metallic body, with a fingerprint sensor at the front. Other specs include a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, 5.5-inch Full HD display, LTE connectivity, and a 2,560 mAh battery. The battery is notably smaller than what one would expect with the hardware on the device but comes with fast charging to make up for the not-so-impressive capacity. Sadly, the PRO 6 runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop like many of the new smartphones getting announced in China. The PRO 6 has a USB Type-C port, so that’s one aspect where it’s future proof.
The Meizu PRO 6 is priced at 2,499 Yuan (roughly $385) for the 32GB model and 2,799 Yuan (roughly $430) for the 64GB model. It will be sold in gold, silver and gray color options; Meizu is taking orders starting today and will be shipping them out starting April 23. No word yet on a launch in other markets, but that should change in the coming weeks.