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Nov 08, 2016 12:42 PM EST

Meizu Pro 6s Launched Packed With Longer Battery Life, USB-Type C: 10-Core Processor To Knock Off iPhone 7? [VIDEO]


Meizu Pro 6s has recently been launched as an upgraded version of the Pro 6. The successor will also feature the 3D display but will come packed with a faster processor, upgrades in the camera and battery life as well. The 5.2 inch phone is also packed with USB-type C connectivity.

The Meizu Pro 6s is reportedly a carbon copy of its base variant when it comes to design. The Pro 6s handset comes in gold, silver, grey and rose gold color options with a curve-edged aluminum body like the Pro 6. The device currently costs CNY 2,699 (roughly Rs. 26,700) in China.

Meizu reportedly chose to keep the overall design intact, Gadgets 360 reported. It's predecessor, the Pro 6 was launched in April 2016 with a starting price of CNY 2,500 (roughly Rs. 25,700). The Meizu Pro 6s is said to only pack upgraded features.

On that note, Meizu Pro 6s includes a 12 MP Sony IMX386 rear sensor with 4-axis laser-assistance, 10-LED dual-tone ring flash and phase-detection autofocus. A 5MP front-facing camera  with f/2.0 aperture is also included with 1.4 micron pixels. In addition the battery is bumped up from 2,560mAh in Pro 6 to 3,060mAh in the Pro 6s with mCharge 3.0 technology for faster charging.

Meanwhile, the Meizu Pro 6s also packs a deca-core Helio X25 processor with Mali-T880MP4 GPU. The handset also comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB non-expandable storage. The Pro 6s runs on Android Marshmallow and Flyme OS on top, Android Authority reported.

The Meizu Pro 6s already launched in China for $399. The predecessor was once perceived as an iPhone knock-off while the current model is believed to pack the specs and feature that an iPhone has. However, the handset will not be arriving in the US. Additionally, the 6s is yet to be available online. Watch Meizu Pro 6 vs iPhone 6S

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