Sketches leak, purportedly showing the Meizu Pro 7

Sketches leak, purportedly showing the Meizu Pro 7
Recently, photos of a handset with glass covering close to 100% of its front body appeared and was thought to be the Meizu Pro 7. But today, sketches of the Pro 7 leaked revealing a dual-edged screen instead of a Xiaomi Mi MIX clone. In fact, the design as seen with the sketches resembles the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge and an earlier leaked photo of the phone that we showed you in August.

There are some differences from the image that we showed in you during the summer. The sketches have the 12MP dual-camera setup on back, located in the upper left hand corner. The earlier picture placed the rear cameras on the upper center of the screen. The front-facing camera weighs in at 8MP, and a Type-C USB port graces the handset on the bottom of the phone. It lies in between the speaker grilles. Also found on the bottom of the unit is the 3.5mm earphone jack and a microphone. According to the design, the device is 8mm thick.

If the sketches are current and are legit, it makes us wonder what device carries that 99%+ screen-to-body ratio and the ultrasonic fingerprint scanner. While we hope that the latter unit is a real handset that is in the works, it apparently will not be the Meizu Pro 7.


via The AndroidSoul

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3 Comments

1. trojan_horse

Posts: 5868; Member since: May 06, 2016

Woah, a sea of Samsung "edge" clones are set to flood the smartphone market in 2017. All credits to Samsung - and rightfully so!

2. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

meh.. it have bezels and 3.5mm jack... deal breaker for me... /s

3. BlackhawkFlys

Posts: 924; Member since: May 07, 2014

I have bezels I get it, but how is the 3.5mm jack a bad thing?

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