The screen will enable taking selfies with the rear cameras as well as play games. Today, the Chinese company teased the upcoming reveal of the Meizu Pro 7 on its official Twitter handle, which somewhat confirms we're very close to a formal announcement. Jeffery Yang, the senior vice-president of Meizu has change the display image of his Weibo profile to PRO 7. Now, that's how you grab attention. The PRO 7 will be announced at the Zhuhai Opera House on the 26th July at 7:30 PM China time.
We expect few more specifications of the Pro 7 to be leaked in the coming days along with the Pro 7 Plus that is supposed to feature a bigger screen and more power than its sibling. We can see the display being used for notifications, and dates and quick glance stuff like that. Going by the rumors, both Meizu Pro 7 and Meizu Pro 7 Plus are expected to come with the same specs sheet, the exception being the dimensions.
"The Meizu Pro 7 is powered by MediaTek's new Helio X30 SoC but that isn't what makes it stand out; the flagship features a new technology-a 2" secondary display at the back.More news: Trump's approval rating dips to 36 percent in new poll
The dual cameras module sitting on the backside of the Meizu PRO 7 is equipped with Sony IMX386 + IMX286 12-megapixel sensors. The Pro 7 will be priced at CNY 2,799 ($409 or €365) for the basic version and CNY 3,299 ($482, €431) if you want more storage.
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 secondary display is certainly interesting, and we'll know more about what Meizu's plans for the device next week.