Chinese manufacturer Meizu only recently launched its new flagship with the designation 17 on the domestic, Chinese market. The company has also worked on some other smartphone designs, and right now there's a photo leak showing a dual-display device.
The leaked image indicates a secondary screen function that is located on the back of the smartphone. For example, it displays an analog clock with the current time. It also captures that the novelty is powered by a chip Samsung Exynos 8890 and is equipped with a single rear camera sensor.
Meizu dual display
Although no information is known about this upcoming smartphone, we know from available sources that the device could be designated as Meizu Pro X. On the other hand, given the design of the smartphone and the chipset used, it seems that the company has already worked on the smartphone around in 2006.
However, the device was never launched commercially. However, this would not be the first smartphone with two displays. We have already seen devices with a dual display with the label on the market Meizu Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus. These models feature a small 1,9 ″ secondary AMOLED screen in the upper left corner on the back of the phone.
Spoločnosť Meizu at the same time it is experiencing a relatively significant success. The company's latest flagship smartphones - Meizu 17 series, was officially launched earlier this month. A few weeks ago, smartphones were on sale for the first time in China, and stocks were sold out in a minute.
Flag model Meizu 17 it has a starting price of 3699 yuan, which is about 465 € / $518, while the version 17 Pro starts at 4299 yuan, which is roughly 541 € / USD 602. Model with label 17 It comes in Mint, Black and White colors, while model 17 Pro in Green, Gray and Aurora White.
Together for a good goal
Chinese manufacturer Meizu has also recently joined P2P File Transfer Alliance along with the OnePlus, Realme and Black Shark brands. The alliance, which already brings together OPPO, Vivo and Xiaomi, allows a high-speed protocol to be used to transfer files between devices without the need for third-party applications.
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