At the end of July 2017, Meizu officially introduced its two new flagships – PRO 7 and PRO 7 Plus.
The second Fenêtre display on the back, for the development of which the company has invested 2.5 million dollars – 1.9″ AMOLED with a resolution of 240×536 pixels, which is the world’s first retina touch display located on the back of a smartphone. It can be used to display time, notifications, to control the MP3 player, even with its help you can take a selfie with the main camera, which is dual 12MP + 12MP Sony IMX386 ƒ/2.0, 1/2.9″, 1.25µm , PDAF.
The two smartphones have similar characteristics. They differ in display size, processor and memory.
The compact version of the Meizu PRO 7 has two variants. The base package includes an 8-core MediaTek Helio P25 chip and 64GB of internal memory, and the higher version received a 10-core flagship MediaTek Helio X30 and double the internal space. PRO 7 Plus differs from PRO 7 high edition in RAM – its arsenal includes Helio X30 and 6GB RAM, and the internal memory is UFS2.1.
Other differences between the two models include the size and resolution of the main screen – 5.2″ 1920×1080 pixels Super AMOLED in PRO 7 and 5.7″ 2560×1440 pixels Super AMOLED in PRO 7 Plus, battery capacity, respectively 3000mAh and 3500mAh and the standard for fast charging – mCharge 4.0 25W in PRO 7 Plus.
The front camera on both models is 16MP ƒ/2.0. The charging port is USB Type-C. The phones are equipped with Hi-Fi audio with Cirrus Logic CS43130 Smart PA chip.
Meizu PRO 7 and PRO 7 Plus come pre-installed with the Flyme 6 user interface based on Android 7.0.