Meizu Pro 6 to feature 6GB RAM and pressure sensitive display
Meizu is second Chinese company to be launch a flagship smartphone with 6GB RAM. As you might already know, the Vivo Xplay 5 Elite recently became the world’s first smartphone to have 6GB RAM. And now, if a latest rumor is to be believed, Meizu will also join the 6GB RAM club with its upcoming Meizu Pro 6 smartphone. A report from China suggests that Meizu is gearing up to launch a new high-end smartphone this year called the Meizu Pro 6. The likely successor to last year’s Pro 5 is said to come with Samsung’s high-end Exynos 8890 processor found in the Galaxy S7.
A feature limited to less than a dozen phones in existence, 3D Touch/Force touch/whatever commercial name the company decides to use is coming to the Meizu Pro 6. The Chinese company’s VP and Flyme chief architect Yang Yan has shared a screenshot on Weibo giving a glimpse of what the implementation is going to look like. We have seen 3D touch in action on the iPhone 6s/6s Plus pair, and also the recently announced Gionee S8. The Huawei Mate S and the ZTE Axon mini also have the feature in their top-specced versions but those are about as common as unicorns.
There will be two variants of Meizu Pro 6. The first one will have 6 GB RAM along with 128 GB of internal storage. The second version will come with a 4GB RAM and 64GB storage option. Other specifications of Meizu Pro 6 will include a Full HD 1080p IPS display with 3D/Force Touch technology, fast charging support, and the company’s Flyme 6.0 operating system and a few other unique pieces of software.