The Chinese smartphone company Meizu unveiled the Meizu Pro 6, a successor to the Meizu Pro 5. It has joined the race with some powerful Android phones which are competing in the low price market and concentrating on the majority population. Like most of the brands out there, Meizu Pro 6 has the 3D Touch display support which is called the 3D Press. The design and build of the phone are sleek; those thin antenna bands look great along the edges. The Meizu Pro 6 sports a 5.2 inch Super AMOLED display, weighs almost a 160 g in hand. This is a downgrade from the Meizu Pro 5 that has 5.7 inch display. It comes in two storage variants of 32 and 64 GB internal memory without the extendable memory option.
The phone supports dual nano SIM functionality, covering all the network technologies like the HSPA, EVDO, LTE, and GSM. The company claims to have use 48% less plastic to make the phone. It has a 21-megapixel rear camera and 5-megapixel front camera; Meizu has done its own customization with the build of the camera to adjust it with the thickness of the Pro 6 and there is no camera bump. Right under the camera there is a 10-tone flash ring, also having the laser focusing assist that is upgraded to view the distance 2 meters away from the phone. Turns out that the battery capacity has also been brought down to 2560 mAh from the previous model. The mCharge juices up the phone from 0 to full under an hour. Also, the finger print sensor takes 0.2 seconds to unlock after recognition. The Meizu Pro 6 provides a 4 GB RAM with the 10-core MediaTek Helio X25 processor making it the first deca-core phone in the market. Would you buy it?