So far the most concrete rumor about the Meizu Pro 6 was the gobs of memory it will have - 6GB RAM and 128GB storage in the top configuration. It seems that the chipset will be something special too.

Meizu Pro 6

The Helio X25 was unveiled at a MediaTek earlier today, where Meizu bosses confirmed that the upcoming Meizu Pro 6 would have first use of the chip. Meizu will have exclusive access to the processor for several months, after which other companies can purchase the chip. The MediaTek Helio X25 was co-developed with Meizu and aims to boost performance without hitting the handset's battery life.

So, what's new with Helio X25? Well, not much, this is essentially an enhanced version of the Helio X20, Meizu MX6 will use Helio X20, and MediaTek actually developed this SoC in collaboration with Meizu. This China-based company will not only be the first smartphone manufacturer to use this chip, but will also have exclusive rights to it in the first couple of months. The Helio X25 is also a 64-bit deca-core SoC, but it will sport an upgraded ‘Turbo cluster' running at 2.5GHz, and a faster GPU clocked at 850MHz. Interesting enough, the Helio X25 will reportedly going to offer same power consumption as the Helio X20, despite the fact it will be a more powerful chip.