Meizu has announced yet another iteration of their Note series of devices, the Note 9. Launched minutes ago, the Meziu Note 9 seems to be an enticing device that you may not want to overlook.
The Meizu Note 9 features the latest and greatest Snapdragon 675 SoC, 4/6GB RAM, and a 4000mAh battery under the hood. Furthermore, the device comes with a number of features that rivals Xiaomi’s recently released Redmi Note 7 lineup thanks to its large battery and crazy fast Snapdragon 675 SoC. Other specifications of the device include a 6.2-inch FHD+ 1080p display, an under-display fingerprint sensor and more. The device is also said to pack support for 18W fast-charging out of the box with no support for wireless charging to be seen.
Regarding cameras, Meizu has so far revealed that the Meizu Note 9 comes with a 48MP plus 5MP duo camera at its back and a 20MP selfie camera upfront. What’s worth mentioning is that, unlike the Redmi Note 7 Pro, the GM1 sensor in the Meizu Note 9 would actually shoot 12MP stills rather than the usual 48MP stills Meizu is advertising. Like the Redmi Note 7 (non-pro), the Meizu Note 9 would actually combine the pixels, leading to a 12MP final shot.
Regarding pricing and availability, The device is said to come in three variants at launch and would begin hitting shelves by March 11th in China. Variants and options include a 4GB/64GB variant, a 6GB/64GB variant, and a 4GB/128GB variant in case memory capacity isn’t on top of your head. Furthermore, the Meizu Note 9 comes in three colors, namely, White, Magic Black and Starry Blue, starting at just CNY ¥1398 ($210) for the base variant with the latter two variants retailing for about CNY ¥1598 ($240).