The Meizu Note 9 appeared on TENAA with full specs last week, with photos added later. Looks like we don’t have to wait until we have the whole picture unveiled - the company has scheduled an event on Thursday, February 14, where we expect the device to be introduced.
The teaser has a silhouette of a phone, along with the number “3” which is simply how many days are left until the unveiling. The Meizu Note 9, likely to arrive as Meizu M9 Note at some markets, has a model number of M923Q and has a few uncovered mysteries like pricing, availability and actual market launch date.
What we know so far is a 2 GHz chipset, coupled with 6 GB RAM. The storage will be 64 GB or 128 GB, while the battery will be 3,900 mAh. We are hoping to see the Super mCharge fast-charging technology that supports the insane rate of 55W and promises 0 to 60% charge in 10 minutes. Another key feature is the 48 MP camera on the back, coupled by a 5 MP depth sensor.
They should announce Android Pie for their flagship Meizu 16th, being stuck on Oreo is getting old.
I've always prefered the box, accessories, physical form, and OS from Meizu instead of Xiaomi. However, Xiaomi always won when it came to the price and specs. Let's hope Meizu has learner a thing or two, and will be more competitive against the ...