The Meizu Note 9 was officially sliding in the Chinese market at the beginning of March 2019. Coming to compete in the middle class by scoring figures in the AnTuTu benchmark of 175,897, the device has a 6.2-inch screen with Full HD Plus resolution.
For hardware, the Meizu Note 9 uses the Snapdragon 675 chipset coupled with 4GB or 6GB of RAM and performs two storage variants of 64 GB and 128 GB. This device is running the Android Pie operating system.
Meanwhile, from the camera sector, the Meizu Note 9 uses a dual primary camera that has a resolution of 48 MP, F/1.7 and 5 MP for sensor depth. Meanwhile, for the front camera, the device is pinned with a 20 MP lens with f/2.0.
Available in three color variants, the Meizu Note 9 has a battery capacity of 4,000 mAh. This Meizu Note 9 battery capacity is also supported with an 18W fast-fill system via the USB Type-C port. Not only that, but this Chinese-made smartphone also features Hyper Gaming and Game Mode 3.0 feature aimed at gamers.
Newly launched in China, the Meizu Note 9 with a variant of 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of storage is sold at a price of about 130 EUR. While for a modification of RAM 6 GB with storage of 64 GB as well as a variant of RAM 4 GB with storage 128 GB sold at a price of about 200 EUR.