Meizu MX5 Pro. Meizu is one of the Chinese companies with a growing reputation in the market, its increasingly powerful and with more competitive prices terminals have managed to conquer many users who have opted for its high quality / design / price. The Meizu MX5 Pro is the terminal chosen to bring a little beyond the limits of the range of the firm, but the latest information leaked, point to a change of plans within the Chinese manufacturer.
According to rumors from China, the vice president of the company he has confirmed that the development of future Meizu MX5 Pro is canceled to make way for a new range of more in line with the plans of development and growth of the company's future product. According to these rumors, the range "ME" will be the new premium signature, and would be the first member Meizu ME 5. Also these sources suggest that the launch of this new terminal could occur in the first quarter of 2016 , so Meizu plans would be delayed to launch a new terminal, rather than by the end of this 2015.
Perhaps this delay is due to one of the characteristics that could incorporate the Meizu ME5. And according to this information, the processor of the new beast would be the MediaTek Helio ten X20 cores and 64-bit architecture, which could lead to the arrival of other high-end devices for the first quarter of 2016. Other features would one 5.5-inch 1080p panel, with one very important detail, have no bevels on the screen to increase the feeling of the great size of this. But that's not all, because with 4GB of RAM would not even know if LPDDR4.
In addition the camera would be 20 megapixel OIS with aperture of f / 1.8 at the back of the terminal. Also in this part of the Meizu ME5, we would find a fingerprint reader and under its 3600mAh battery casing. Alongside these spectacular features, it has also been speculated price, which in this case would be nothing cheap. And the new Meizu Me 5 would cost no less than 700 euros to change, certainly priced well above the Meizu MX5 and what we are accustomed generally firm. This last figure could be a big drag on the future of the Chinese terminal.