The new Meizu pro 7 characteristics a main camera that uses two 12MP Sony IMX386 sensors – one shooting in color and one in dark & white. They sit at the rear of whitened f/2.0 apertures and combined promise solid low-light performance. Should you want to snap a selfie with the front camera, you’ll get a 16MP image.
Now for what separates the Plus and non-Plus models. The Meizu Pro 7 Plus is the very first phone to use the Helio X30 – a 10nm chipset with a 10-core processor. The Meizu Pro 7 will come with Helio P25 as normal (a mid-range chipset), though there will need to be an X30 version as well.
Also, it comes with 4GB of RAM to Plus’ 6GB. Storage is 64GB for the standard model, 128GB for the Plus.
As you might have guessed, the Pro 7 Plus will have a bigger screen – 5.7” with QHD resolution. The other one has a smaller 5.2” Super AMOLED with 1080p resolution. Both use a 2” Super AMOLED on the back.
Then there’s the battery. The Plus has 3,500mAh capacity with mCharge 4.0 (67% charge in half an hour). The non-Plus model has 3,000mAh in the tank and the older mCharge 3.0 to fill it.
The Pro 7 duo will run Flyme based on Android 7.0. They will be available on August 5, starting at $430-500 for the Pro 7 and $530-600 for the Pro 7 Plus.