It has not even been 6 months since Chinese smartphone maker Meizu launched its flagship smartphone, the Pro 6, and now, reports claim that the company is already working on another variant of the same smartphone, which may be called as the Pro 6s.
A few reports also claim that the smartphone may soon be launched, probably next month, and interestingly, the Meizu Pro 6s was certified by the China Compulsory Certificate (CCC) recently, reports a couple of news portals.
However, if you can remember, we recently witness a couple of leaked images of the Meizu Pro 6s that were spotted by Androidpure on Weibo. Also, the same device was again spotted on GeekBench recently.
Considering the leaks and images we have come across so far, we expect the Meizu Pro 6s to sport a full HD display, with 4 GB RAM, and 64 GB internal memory, while the GeekBench listing reveals that the device may come with a 3 GB of RAM instead.
The device may either come with MediaTek deca-core processor or a MediaTek Helio P20 64 bit octa core processor, under the hood.
Having said everything, we can clearly see that the new variant of Meizu Pro 6s would resemble the Pro 6 that was launched earlier this year. However, we except some fine-tuned changes in the new variant, along with a better camera module.