We have a new round of images of the Meizu Pro 7, a terminal that has aroused a great interest by the secondary screen that has in its part and that as we can see in the end has turned out not to be of electronic ink.
This decision to bet on a traditional LCD instead of an electronic ink has its advantages and disadvantages. On the one hand is positive because it supposes a greater functionality to be able to represent colors and to offer an exact image to the one of the main screen.
However, it also consumes more battery than an electronic ink screen and does not display in the same way as the contents (an electronic ink screen is more natural to the eye and comfortable for reading).
In these new images of the Meizu Pro 7 we can also see that the Chinese company has kept practically intact all the keys at design level that we had seen in previous generations, so beyond the inclusion of that secondary screen we do not have important changes.
Jumping to see the specifications we find a SoC Helio X30, which has been confirmed by MediaTek during its last conference benefits. The chip features two high-performance Cortex A73 cores at 2.5 GHz, four high-efficiency Cortex A53 cores at 2.2 GHz and four low-power Cortex A35 cores at 1.9 GHz.
It is a very interesting chip because in theory it improves the performance by up to 30% compared to Helio X20 and reduces consumption by up to 50%. The latter is possible especially thanks to the inclusion of these Cortex A35 cores.
Its GPU is a powerful PowerVR 7XTP-MT4 at 800 MHz and is accompanied by 4 GB of RAM in its base version, more than enough to offer a high level of performance.
Otherwise we expect the base version of Meizu Pro 7 to have a 5.2-inch screen with 1080p resolution, dual 12MP rear camera and 16MP front camera. The price of this version will be about $ 409 to change, while the Plus version with 5.5-inch screen and 6GB of RAM will be around $ 480.