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The just-unveiled Meizu Pro 6 Plus is plus-sized, premium-looking and blazing fast, but not particularly original in either specs or design.
The Meizu Pro 6s doesn't feel like an iPhone 7 Plus or Huawei Mate 9 global contender, but it seems to offer plenty of bang for $399.
Meizu is bizarrely trying to connect its mystery upcoming Android phablet to a business-focused Nokia model released way back in 2008.
Chinese manufacturer Meizu could be juicing another variant of its PRO 6 smartphone just a few months after it introduced its last one.
While the "standard" Meizu Pro 6 unveiled a few months back packs Helio X25 power, an Exynos 8890 twist on the original could be yet to come.
A Meizu executive socialized with tech geeks in a group chat and told them that the Meizu PRO 7 would not be getting an Exynos 8890 chipset.
The high-end but relatively inexpensive Meizu MX6 is formally unveiled and fully detailed, mostly failing to distinguish itself from the Pro 6.
Remember the iPhone 7? You know, the one that you haven't seen in real life yet, but there's a billion leaks of it going around? It's sorta like that.
Prior leaks have come to clash with controversy and haterade to boot. Another version of the Meizu PRO 6 may become the Meizu PRO 7.
Speculation is about after the Meizu PRO 6, launched with a MediaTek processor inside it, is spotted with a Samsung Exynos chipset.
While the Meizu PRO 6 steals the sunshine for a hot minute, many market watchers are holding onto their wallets for the upcoming MX6.
The Meizu Pro 6 is official at last, and it's not afraid to try to beat the iPhone 6s at its own game, with 3D Press support and a familiar design.
Already this phone was in that unique, not-an-iPhone-we-swear territory, but rumors leave us incredulous at how many LEDs Meizu can fit into a ring flash.
Meizu can't stop showing off its upcoming flagship, as the company publishes another new Meizu Pro 6 photo.
Whether you still think it looks an awful lot like an iPhone or not, you have to admit the upcoming Meizu Pro 6 is pretty in these leaked new photos.
Meizu has no less than seven intriguing Android phones in the pipeline this year, ranging in starting price from the equivalent of $90 to $430.
New Meizu Pro 6 pics show us more of the upcoming Android with some rumored very-high-end hardware.
The latest image we thought could be a glimpse at an iPhone 7 prototype has instead been confirmed as showing the upcoming Meizu Pro 6.
The Taiwanese chipmaker's first tri-cluster, ten-core mobile SoC will appear in a Chinese phone soon. Meizu also claims exclusivity over the new Helio X25.
Everyone ready for the prevalence of 6GB RAM Android smartphones? The Meizu PRO 6 could well jump on that bandwagon, though not very soon.
Someone got a crack into one of Meizu's future flagships while the chief designer of the company's UI has spoiled some possible Force Touch features.