Meizu recently launched the long rumored Meizu Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus, with both phone’s claim to fame are smaller rear displays at the back. Initially thought of as E-ink displays, it will be showing important notifications and phone controls in color, using AMOLED technology. Here is a video posted by Meizu’s Ard Boudeling on his Twitter account.
Have a look at the red Meizu PRO 7. pic.twitter.com/rxdJwB8ce0
— Ard Boudeling (@ArdCB) July 26, 2017
The Pro 7 Plus will have a bigger AMOLED display, measuring at 5.7-inch, as opposed to the 5.2-inch display of the Pro 7. Also, the Plus version will be powered by MediaTek’s Helio X30, while the Pro 7 will have the Helio X25. Both phones will have 4 gigs of RAM and 128GB and 64GB of internal memory respectively.
Both phones are equipped with two 12MP Sony IMX386 sensors. Like Huawei’s implementations on their dual camera phones, one camera will shoot in color, while the other one in black and white, for better detail retention. It will also feature a 16MP front snapper. The Pro 7 Plus will have a larger 3500 mah battery while the other will have a 3000mah battery.
The Pro 7 Plus will have a larger 3500mah battery while the other will have a 3000mah battery. Both are expected to be made available to the public starting August 5 for $530 and $430 respectively.