Meizu Pro 6S with Deca core Processor and 3D Press Technology Could be an iPhone 7 Alternative in India

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Chinese consumer electronics brand Meizu, which is known for its high performance Android phones, has added a brand new smartphone to its portfolio. The Meizu Pro 6S is one brilliant little device you would want to own. Here is a brief look at this fancy new Meizu product.

Specifications – Meizu Pro 6S

The Meizu Pro 6S comes with a 5.2 inch Super AMOLED display that has a screen resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. This is a 2.5D glass display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. The phone also supports 3D Press technology and has a 10000:1 contrast ratio. The phone has a powerful Deca Core MediaTek Helio X25 processor alongside a Mali-T880 MP4 GPU.

Add to this mix a 4 GB RAM and this becomes a top-of-the-line product for its price segment. The internal storage on the phone is 64 GB, which could have been better given all the other great specifications on the device.

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The primary camera on the Meizu Pro 6S is a 12 megapixel unit with support for laser auto-focus, Optical Image Stabilization, 4K video recording, Phase Detection auto-focus, 6P lenses, and f/2.0 aperture. The secondary camera on the phone is a 5 megapixel unit with f/2.0 aperture. The camera configuration is further strengthened by the dual-tone 10-LED ring flash feature. This phone is sure to be a mobile camera enthusiast’s delight.

The Meizu Pro 6S is a dual-SIM 4G phone (LTE + LTE) and comes with VoLTE support. The dimensions on the phone are 147.7 x 70.8 x 7.3 mm and it weighs a good 163 grams, which is a bit more than expected for a smartphone of the Pro 6S’s form factor. The battery capacity on the Pro 6S is a reasonable 3060 mAh and it supports the mCharge 3.0 feature.

Other features on the phone include Fingerprint sensor and USB 3.1 Type-C connectivity. The Meizu Pro 6S will be available in Gold, Silver, Gray, and Rose Gold colors.

Meizu Pro 6S bears uncanny similarities to the iPhone 7

It’s not uncommon for an iPhone variant to find a Chinese competitor that bears some sort of resemblance to it. But it’s not everyday that a product bearing an uncanny resemblance to the iPhone is thought of as a serious competitor, albeit a potential rip-off. This is exactly what the Meizu Pro 6S is being considered in some quarters.

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In markets like India where the iPhone has seen an increase in demand but continues to be an elusive product for many consumers because of its steep pricing, the Meizu Pro 6S might just be the perfect alternate. The Pro 6S is in itself a good enough product but these comparisons with the iPhone are not doing it any harm.

While the Pro 6S is in no way a total rip-off of the iPhone 7, the similarities are striking. Other than the similarities the Pro 6S has a deca core processor, which is arguably the best processor on an Android phone, in terms of number of cores. And Meizu could well argue that the deca core processor is good enough to compete with Apple’s latest A10 Fusion chip. Whether this is indeed the case or not will remain speculative until someone tries to benchmark the Meizu Pro 6S against the iPhone 7.

Irrespective of the speculations surrounding the similarities with the iPhone 7, the Pro 6S can only gain from these comparisons. This is an Android phone that’s good enough to compete with any other Android phone in benchmarking and performance reviews.

Meizu phones are no strangers to high ranks on Android benchmark scores. Having said that the Pro 6S will not be competing with the iPhone 7 because the price segments are entirely different for these two products. The Pro 6S’s Android competitors will do well to topple Meizu’s deca core processor specs.

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