Meizu Pro 6 continues to be talked about. The rumor on the Terminal have become increasingly insistent and we paint a high end device, featuring a probable 5.7 ” display with curved edges, 6 GB of RAM and a SoC Exynos 8890. Since this is rumor, all these details could not be confirmed during the presentation of the Terminal, waiting for April, though we won’t have to wait until next month to find out that the SoC is used by the next Pro 6 will not be realized by Samsung.
This was revealed by is nothing less than a VP of Meizu, Li Nan, who, speaking with a fan, confirmed two details about Pro 6. The first concerns the absence of a SoC Samsung, since they would not be able to provide full support to all networks used by Chinese users, while the second concerns the display resolution that won’t be QHD. Now with Exynos 8890 out of contention, the only alternative capable of offering equal performance (higher in the chart) is820 SnapdragonSoC, MediaTek Helio X 20 is awaited on Meizu MX6, the younger brother of Pro 6. As for the resolution, instead, Nan said, arguing that a QHD Panel is not efficient enough in terms of energy, pointing out how a Panel FullHD is able to offer the right compromise between detail and consumption, even going to affect much less marked on the overall performance of the device.
Meizu Pro 6 begins to take on sharper contours, and had it confirmed the presence of a Snapdragon 820, might be the most powerful, and perhaps longest running Terminal, which will be presented throughout the year; the top range of SoC Qualcomm House, combined with 6 GB of RAM and a solo Panel FullHD and the presence of the Force Touch could be the trump cards of the next Pro 6. Obviously the data sheet is important, but the game is played even in the field of software design and useless to deny it, curate.