The new smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer also has a Super AMOLED screen 5.2 inches with pressure sensor.
The Chinese manufacturer Meizu has just unveiled its new high-end smartphone, the Pro 6. This smartphone is the first to use the MediaTek Helio X25 processor that sets a record comprising of 10 cores (four at 1.4GHz, four and two 2 GHz to 2.5 GHz) and obtaining according to the manufacturer a score of 101757 points AnTuTu test. Compared Meizu Pro 5 reached 86214 points but the iPhone 6s remains the champion with 132620 points. The processor is supported by 4 GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB of flash memory for storage.
As for the screen side, the Meizu smartphone uses Super AMOLED technology and a resolution of 1920 x 1080 inches for a diagonal of 5.2 inches, a high density of 432 ppi. But above all, the screen offers Press 3D technology, equivalent to Apple Touch to detect more pressure levels. An authentication system for fingerprint is also present with the mTouch technology. It also comes with a 21.16 megapixel image sensor (5 megapixel front) with a flash consists of 10 LEDs arranged in a circle. Finally, Meizu indicates that the charging system mcharge 3.0 can charge the battery of 2560 mAh at 26% capcity in 10 minutes and reach full capacity in one hour. The availability and prices in North America are not known but the smartphone will be sold in China for the equivalent of 340 euros in 32 GB and 380 euros for 64 GB.
Source : Meizu