Back at the start of the week, Meizu’s Pro 6 was already shaping up to be a pretty impressive handset, as rumors suggested the phone would end up with 6GB of RAM, up to 128GB storage, a pressure-sensitive touch panel, and a top-of-the-line Exynos 8890 SoC – not too shabby any way you cut it. But then all of a sudden the Pro 6 found itself in a spotlight for a very different reason: a leaked pic of the smartphone started making the rounds … as a possible iPhone 7 image. Meizu was quick to reach out on social media and school us all as to what was actually going on, sharing an image of the handset (with its just-like-the-rumored-iPhone-7 antenna lines and all) to prove its point. That may have been the end of that iPhone business, but today we’re taking another look at the Meizu Pro 6 as some new renders arrive.
These images are not the best quality (certainly not up to par with that official pic we saw the other day), appearing to be (poorly framed) photographs of a monitor displaying renders, but they do reveal much more of the phone’s body than we could see before.
That includes a top-and-bottom frontal shot, confirming the presence of a physical home button (presumably with a returning fingerprint scanner), as well as a look at the previously obscured top half of the phone’s back, where we see an LED flash living beneath the handset’s main camera.
It may be worth noting that this new view of the Meizu Pro 6 shows no second antenna line up top, further distinguishing it from that iPhone 7 leak.