Meizu unveils new Pro 7 with twin displays
Meizu, a just another Chinese smartphone giant. Which everyone might not have noticed in the current market. Has brought something to be known for. Meizu launched new Pro 7 with Two displays, one at the front and other at the back.
The design follows the companies assumption of making information/notifications glance-able will ultimately lead to less dependence on our gadgets.
It appears to be the similar but advanced approach than used by Samsung in the edge technology. But, the effort of the company is commendable.
What does twin display do?
The second display which is on the rear end of the device. the display is a touch-enabled AMOLED panel that has a variety of different purposes. You can see and manage your notifications, control your music.
Or It can be used as a viewfinder for a selfie using dual cameras.
They are Expected to launch two versions of the phone.
The larger Pro 7 Plus marks the first impression of MediaTek’s latest flagship chipset, the Helio X30 SoC, combined with a huge 6 GB of RAM which sounds pretty good on paper. The phone will come with either 64 GB or 128 GB of storage.
Meanwhile, the smaller Pro 7 sports, mid-ranged specs thanks to its MediaTek Helio P25 SoC, though this is combined with 4 GB of RAM.
The smartphones are paired with a 3500 mAh battery and equipped with all the minimal features such as fingerprint and other sensors.Plus it has a fast charging M-charge system.
Price and availability
The smaller Pro 7 will start at the equivalent of $430, while its bigger sibling will go for about $530 instead. This phone may be available in The homeland of the firm. As well as 17 other countries where they operate fully functionally.