Meizu Pro 6 Plus Flagship Announced with Similar Specs as Samsung Galaxy S7
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 Meizu and Samsung have a strong relationship for quite some time, as the Chinese handset maker often uses the chipsets made by Samsung inside its smartphones. The latest flagship smartphone coming from Meizu is no exception, but the Pro 6 Plus is more than just a Chinese handset using a Samsung chipset. At just 7.3mm thickness and 158g, Meizu's flagship can easily compete with any other high-end smartphone available on the market. Hardware-wise, Meizu Pro 6 Plus seems to be a perfect clone of the Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 edge. With the exception of the dual edge curved display and the advanced camera, Meizu's smartphone is pretty much similar to Samsung's flagship in terms of hardware. First of all, the smartphone is packed with
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