Deca-core powered Meizu Pro 6 spotted on GeekBench with 3GB of RAM, crushes multi-core test

Deca-core powered Meizu Pro 6 spotted on GeekBench with 3GB of RAM, crushes multi-core test
Last month, the Meizu Pro 6 was officially launched, featuring the Helio X25 chipset inside. The MediaTek chip uses a tri-cluster package that adds up to 10 cores for the CPU it carries. The phone also comes with 4GB of RAM, which is what you would expect to see on a current high-end handset. But an interesting variant of the device was tested on GeekBench back in March.

A version of the phone with 3GB of RAM produced a multi-core score of 6691. That tops the 6300 score that the 4GB model averaged during GeekBench tests that the phone was put through in April, just prior to its release. Since there has been no other mention of a 3GB version of the phone, Meizu was most likely testing a prototype while tweaking the handset in preparation of its launch the following month.

While a lower priced version of the phone could be in the works (with 16GB of internal storage), the current 4GB model is priced at the equivalent of $386 USD for the unit with 4GB RAM/32GB ROM, and $433 USD for the model with 4GB RAM/64GB ROM. Compared to the pricing of several new high-end phones, it sounds like a lower-priced version of the Pro 6 with 3GB of RAM isn't necessary.

via: Mobipicker

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Pro 6
  • Display 5.2 inches
    1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Camera 21 MP (Single camera)
    5 MP front
  • Hardware MediaTek Helio X25
    4GB RAM
  • Storage 64GB, microSDXC
  • Battery 2560 mAh
  • OS Android
    Meizu Flyme UI


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