Meizu Pro 5 Unveiled With 4GB RAM And Exynos 7420 Processor

Posted: Sep 23 2015, 12:11pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 23 2015, 8:24pm CDT, in News | Technology News

Meizu Pro 5 unveiled with 4GB RAM and Exynos 7420 processor

Meizu has unveiled its beastly Pro 5 with metal body

Meizu's been genuinely occupied with the release of new phones this year. However today’s launch of the Meizu Pro 5 is will be the company's greatest and the most critical during the current year.

The Pro 5 has 2.5D curved glass (which is a first for Meizu) over its 5.7-inch 1920 x 1080p Super AMOLED screen.

Like the MX5, the Pro 5 highlights a solitary button beneath the screen which goes about as the back and home button, and also a fingerprint scanner.

Under the hood, you'll discover a Samsung’s Exynos 7420 octa core processor alongside either 3GB (and 32GB storage) or 4GB (and 64GB of memory) of LPDDR4 RAM.

Pro 5 will be shipped with a USB Type-C connector. The new phone will also support microSD expansion. The Pro 5 has a high-end IMX230 Sony camera.

Meizu claim you can take a photograph in a mere 0.7 seconds thanks to the tech they’re using. On the front, the Meizu Pro 5 will have an OmniVision OV5670 5 mega-pixel sensor.

The Pro 5 will keep on highlighting Meizu's mCharge quick charging technology, which on the 3050mAh battery of the Pro 5 will charge it from 0-65% in 30 minutes.

It also includes the ES9018 and OPA1612 audio chips. This time, they are also giving it a name — HiFi 2.0. Meizu have also introduced their newest iteration of the Flyme OS — Flyme5.

The phone is priced at 2799 Yuan (US$438) for the 3GB RAM/32GB version and 3099 Yuan (US$485) for the higher-end 4GB RAM/64GB variant.

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