Rumor mills have been in full swing about Meizu Pro 7 / Pro 7 Plus scheduled to be officially unveiled in two days i.e. on 26th July 2017. Meizu Pro 7 / Pro 7 Plus rumors have managed to create a hype / buzz around the design of the device thanks to the rumor that indicates the presence of a secondary screen at the rear panel along with a Dual camera module. We have already seen numerous leaks which give us a fair sneak peek into the upcoming flagship device from Meizu including alleged hands on videos showing the secondary screen and the full device.
Just two days ahead of the official launch of Meizu Pro 7 / Pro 7 Plus, MediaTek today has officially confirmed one key piece of hardware specification of the upcoming Meizu flagship phones. MediaTek official handle on Weibo China has confirmed that the upcoming Meizu Phones that are going to be unveiled officially on July 26 (Which we can safely assume as Meizu Pro 7 / Pro 7 Plus) are powered by MediaTek Helio P25 / Helio X30 processors. Thanks to this confirmation, we can safely assume that Meizu Pro 7 is powered by Helio P25 processor while the Meizu Pro 7 Plus is powered by Helio X30 processor. The device has already surfaced on TENAA confirming the dual rear camera module and the secondary screen.
Helio P25 is an Octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 processor clocked at up to 2.6GHz, the latest in successful MediaTek Helio P series—including MediaTek Helio P10 & P20 and it offers dual-camera support (13MP+13MP dual camera with Color + Mono de-noise and real-time shallow DoF bokeh feature) with power-saving technology and advanced multimedia capabilities.
Whereas Helio X30 comes with unique 10-core design over three clusters: dual-core ARM Cortex-A73 up to 2.6GHz, quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 up to 2.2GHz and quad-core ARM Cortex-A35 up to 1.9GHz. It offers 16+16MP dual camera functionality allows such as wide+zoom combination lenses allow real-time depth of field effects, fastest auto exposure, improved real-time denoise in low-light conditions with New Vision Processing Unit (VPU) paired to the Image Signal Processors (ISP).