Many smartphones lined up for release towards the second half of 2016 are rumored to come with never-seen-before RAM configurations on board. Vivo’s Xplay 5 Elite is one such device. Now, the latest rumor is that the Xiaomi Mi 5-rival “Meizu Pro 6” will be backed by a whopping 6 GB of RAM.
According to Gizmo China, the Meizu Pro 6 will be released as two variants. One of them will feature a solid 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of native storage space. The other model will settle for 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of built-in storage combination.
As far as the rumored specifications go, the Pro 6 will reportedly come with 1080p display. Under the hood, Samsung’s latest Exynos 8890 chipset housed in some variants of the Galaxy S7 series will power this handset.
On the software end, Android-based Flyme 6.0 OS will apparently run the device. Recently, Meizu's VP and Flyme chief architect Yang Yan uploaded a screenshot of the display showing the Apple iPhone 6s-like 3D Touch/Force touch feature. Here is a bunch of devices from other OEMs with 3D touch-like capability -- Gionee S8, ZTE Axon Mini and Huawei Mate S. To top it off, Pro 6 will apparently support Hi-Fi 3.0 and rapid charging capability.
Meanwhile, past rumors indicated that the Meizu Pro 6 will reportedly cost about 35,000 rupees in India, which roughly translates to $520 at today’s exchange rate.
Apart from the flagship Pro 6, this Chinese tech giant has two more devices lined up and they are Meizu MX6 and a mid-range handset under a brand new series. Notably, Meizu scrapped the Pro 5 Mini handset last month. Speaking of Meizu Pro 6 release date, reports say, it could be anytime between the third and fourth quarters of 2016.