Meizu finally unveiled the Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus smartphones yesterday. The standout feature of the flagship duo is the rear display, which can be used to display notifications, control the music player, and even snap selfies with the main camera.
Ard Boudeling, who’s head of global marketing at the Chinese company, has now shared a video that shows the handset’s secondary screen in action.
Have a look at the red Meizu PRO 7. pic.twitter.com/rxdJwB8ce0
Ard Boudeling (@ArdCB) July 26, 2017
Though not very clear, the video does reveal the screen displaying a message notification, followed by a swipe that brings another screen (seemingly showing some call-related info). Then the user do a down-swipe, which launched the camera app, through which the user captured a selfie.
The Pro 7 duo will be available starting August 5, with prices starting at $430 and 4530, respectively.