Meizu has just decided to surprise us yet again and dramatically upgrade its already excellent Meizu Pro 6 flag ship smartphone. The result is the absolutely marvelous Meizu Pro 6s priced at a fantastically reasonable Rs. 26,700.
Grunt power comes courtesy of a deca-core Helio X25 chipset clocked at a respectable 1.4 GHZ, consisting of 4 Cortex A-53 sprinting at 1.4 GHZ, another 4 Cortex-A53 zooming ahead at 2.0 GHZ and 2 Cortex-A-72 breaking the sound barrier at 2.5 GHZ. The RAM is a hefty 4 GB LPDDR3, while the GPU is the equally respectable Mali-T880. Internal storage is a non-expandable but still reasonable 64 GB. SD cards are sadly not supported but are not really required.
Cameras are a primary 12 MP Sony IMX386 rear shooter with enhanced 4-axis optical image stabilization, laser-assistance, phase detection, auto-focus and a 10-LED dual-tone flash. The secondary front shooter on the other hand is a 5 MP selfie and fame maker.
The screen is a 5.20-inch Super AMOLED beauty with an eye-popping resolution of 1080 x 1920 and a fingerprint sensor thoughtfully and conveniently integrated into the home button. It additionally has a 3D press capability just like a few premier Western smartphones that incidentally cost an arm and a leg. The design utilizes the same aluminum unibody with curved edges like its predecessor, thus making for a beautiful, exciting and durable experience with the device. OS is the Android Marshmallow with Meizu’s Flyme OS overlaid on top like white on rice.
It is currently available in different color variants such as Grey, Silver, Gold and Rose Gold. The battery juice is a useful 3060 mAh with fast charging 3.0 thoughtfully enabled. Presently, the smartphone is available only on the Chinese mainland, with the rest of the globe to follow later. Hopefully that is. Users are eagerly waiting for this device that promises and sublimely delivers top-notch performance at a fraction of the usual price. Way to go Meizu!