More images of the Meizu Pro 7 surface as its launch date draws closer

The secondary display on the Pro 7 is beginning to feel less like a gimmick.
The Meizu Pro 7 is set to be launched alongside the Pro 7 Plus on July 26. The standard Pro 7 is powered by MediaTek's Helio X30 flagship SoC, while the Pro 7 Plus houses Samsung's new Exynos 8895.

As the marketing hype for the Meizu Pro 7 crescendoes, we also get a lot more information on the device. This time, we've been gifted some more images and what looks like camera samples of the Pro 7, by Meizu's senior vice-president himself, Jeffery Yang.

The Meizu Pro 7 is powered by MediaTek's new Helio X30 SoC but that isn't what makes it stand out; the flagship features a new technology—a 2" secondary display at the back. This display supposedly serves as a display for notifications. It's also said to be used as a viewfinder for the dual cameras, which looks to be its most important function. 

That aside, the Pro 7 features a 5.2" FHD display, dual rear cameras (12MP+12MP), and a 16MP selfie shooter.

It comes in two variants;

  • 6GB of RAM ($413)
  • 8GB of RAM ($486)

There's also a larger Pro 7 Plus that's said to be powered by the Exynos 8895 SoC, the same processor on the S8. This one has a 5.7" QHD display, and will come in three variants, namely;

  • 4/64GB ($486)
  • 6/128GB ($530)
  • 8/128GB ($560)

The Pro 7 and its plus-sized sibling are expected to be launched on July 26.

Here is the post with the images.

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Ricci Rox, 2017-07-16 (Update: 2017-07-16)
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