The Meizu Note 9 appeared on TENAA with specs, then pictures followed suit, but the company was silent on any eventual release. Finally, through its Weibo account, the smartphone maker revealed the “package will drop” on March 6.
The new phone will be the midranger of the company with its 6.2” Full HD+ screen and Snapdragon 675 SoC. RAM will be 6 GB, while storage is expected to be either 64 GB or 128 GB. The Note 9, also expected to be launched as Meizu M9 at some markets, will have Flyme 7 OS, based on Android Pie.
As the trend dictates, the camera will be 48 MP, coupled with a 5 MP depth sensor. The front-facing shooter was listed at TENAA with a 20 MP sensor.
The Meizu Note 9 is expected to debut only in China, but we expect the handset to expand its market presence and see it on the global scene in the following months.