Alleged renders showing the upcoming Meizu Pro 7 flagship smartphone have shown up online today, giving us a clear look at the handset’s design. The Pro 7 was expected to be announced a few weeks back, but Meizu decided to announce the Pro 6s instead, pushing back the Pro 7’s release to 2017.
The renders reveal a dual-curved edge display on the front, most likely a Super AMOLED panel sourced from Samsung. Below the display we can see a capacity Home key similar to the one on the MX4. This suggests the Pro 7 could utilize an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor instead of the more traditional fingerprint sensors used on most smartphones. Like previous flagship Meizu smartphones, the Pro 7 too seems to sport a metal unibody design, with the same “pretty” antenna lines seen on the Pro 6 from earlier this year.
At the back, the Meizu Pro 7 appears to sport a single camera module instead of a dual-camera setup. Dual-cameras seem to be all the rage these days with most manufacturers, so we do hope Meizu Pro 7 is using a capable sensor on the Pro 7.
The Pro 7, which was earlier rumored to be powered by Samsung’s latest Exynos SoC, is now rumored to be powered by the Huawei Kirin 960 octa-core SoC. Not much else is known about the smartphone at this point, but we do expect to find out more in the coming weeks.
Via: Android Headlines