Purported photo of the Meizu Pro 7 shows curved screen
Sporting a metal build once again (a titanium construction is rumored this time around), the Pro 7 is said to boast a 5.7-inch display with 4K resolution (doubtful, considering 1080p and 1440p displays are still prevalent), a 12MP main camera, and up to 8GB of RAM (plausible, as Chinese manufacturers are extra gung-ho about RAM).
The MediaTek Helio X30 chipset (powerful processing, but weak graphics) is rumored to be in charge of powering the smartphone, although the report claims Meizu could be shopping silicon from Huawei-owned HiSilicon and splurging on the well-regarded Kirin 960 chipset. However, there have been no Kirin SoC devices outside of Huawei's own (to our knowledge) so we're banking on the MediaTek chip.
Meizu usually announces and releases its high-end smartphones in the second quarter, so if the Pro 7 is already a working prototype, then a release between April and June doesn't seem off the cards.