Meizu Pro 7 to be announced September 13 – curved screen, Galaxy S7 specs, iPhone looks rumored


Just six months after launching its Pro 6 flagship handset, Chinese smartphone maker Meizu is ready to introduce its next-generation successor. The Meizu Pro 7 will be announced September 13 under the bold (and humorous) slogan "Pro than Pro."

Featuring the familiar understated, iPhone-informed design updated with a curved 1440p resolution screen, the Meizu Pro 7 is quite literally a Samsung phone – not just on the side of display, but on the inside as well. The smartphone is powered by the Exynos 8890 chipset and comes with a 12MP camera, just like the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. It also has a 5MP front cam and carries 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM. So, how does a Galaxy S7 with iPhone-esque looks sound? If you ask us, it's a solid, though not exactly groundbreaking formula.

We'll learn more about the smartphone and whether it has any other interesting features in a few weeks. Meizu isn't very well known outside Asia or tech aficionados' circles, but we've been generally pleased with the Meizu phones we've reviewed, and the Pro 7 certainly looks promising. Below is a leaked photo of the smartphone.


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3 Comments

1. mahima

Posts: 743; Member since: Nov 20, 2014

Look 100times better than iphone and i can't find similarity in it, guess i need phonearena-glass and by the way, the style of antenna line are done by meizu first before iphone

2. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

he just really sad (and envy) that iPhone 7 doesn't looks like this, lol..

3. NoToFanboys

Posts: 3231; Member since: Oct 03, 2015

It doesn't take an Apple hater to say that the 6/6S/7 are fugly, even the so called 'copycats' looks better. Back then I totally loved iPhone designs (iPhone 4 to 5S days). Hopefully the next redesign will fix things.

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