Meizu Pro 6s brings a better camera and bigger battery and storage
Seven months after Meizu introduced the Pro 6 smartphone in China, they delivered a small update last week with the announcement of the Pro 6s. The exterior of the phone has not changed at all but Meizu did make it a more attractive package for a slightly smaller price thanks to a few feature updates. Meizu has updated the rear camera of the Pro 6s and added a Sony 12 megapixel IMX 386 sensor with 1.25 um pixels and an aperture of F/2.0. The new camera supports 4-axis optical image stabilization and Phase Detection and Laser Autofocus.
While the engineers were at it, they also added a bigger battery, the Meizu Pro 6s now has a 3.060 mAh battery instead of the 2.560 mAh battery in the Pro 6. Meizu also added 64 GB of storage instead of 32 GB on the Pro 6. The rest however, stayed the same between the old and new version. Both phones come with a MediaTek Helio X25 processor, 4 GB of RAM and a 5.2 inch Super AMOLED display with Full-HD resolution. At the front of the device a 5 megapixel lens is available with an aperture of F/2.0.
Dual-Band WiFI up to 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.1 and a Cirrus Logic DAC for better audio quality are integrated as well. If you are interested in the device, be sure to check the supported LTE-bands your provider supports because the Meizu Pro 6s like most phones coming from China only supports a limited range of bands used in Asia mainly. The Meizu Pro 6s will cost you 2,700 Yuan which translates to $400 if you buy it in China directly.