Instead, it’s phone-shaped invite that says the announcement will happen at 6:30 p.m. on July 26.
According to Compareraja, there will be a Pro 7 and a Pro 7 Plus. In this regard, Meizu Pro 7 can be compared to the Yota phone, which will soon be updated to the third generation: this smartphone also has a second screen, but it occupies the entire rear panel and is monochrome, but quite full. By that, we mean that it wants you to look at the back of it. Where the standard Meizu Pro 7 prices will start from CNY 2,799 for the base model and CNY 3,299 for the high-end model, the Pro 7 Plus prices will start from CNY 3,299 and go all the way to CNY 3,799 for the high-end variant. From the image provided to us, it looks like it can also be a simple HUD for time, notifications, etc. Apparently, the smartphone will cost about $480 outright, while a Plus version of the Pro 7 is supposed to sell for $555.
Over the past one month, there has been a lot going on regarding the Meizu Pro 7, but now we have an official date for the phone’s release.
Xiaomi and Meizu are all over the headlines, as both OEMs prepare for the launches of their new devices.
The Meizu Pro 7 is said to come with a starting price of 2,799 Yuan, which is around $413 while Plus variant has an entry-level price tag of 3,299 Yuan or $486. Moreover, both of them will be 12 MP Sony sensors.
However, the Meizu Pro 7 Plus will set the bar even higher, carrying a Samsung Exynos 8895 chip, a 5.7-inch QHD display and come in three variants. The front-facing camera of the PRO 7 will be of 16-memgapixel.