Meizu M9 Note will be officially presented in the middle of February and be characterized by a 48-megapixel camera and a 4000 mAh battery.
Just yesterday Meizu announced the new Meizu Zero, a smartphone without any particular, without holes and physical buttons and with an 18-watt wireless charging. Apparently, the Chinese manufacturer is planning to present a less revolutionary smartphone identified as Meizu M9 Note in the near future, more precisely in mid-February.
This new device should be placed in the middle of the market and, although it is expected to be much less extreme, it should have several arrows to its bow.
The first notable feature will be the rear camera, double and with a sensor main from well 48 megapixels. The sensor in question should be the same that we have recently seen on board Redmi Note 7, namely the Samsung GM1 from 1/2 “with 0.8μm pixels and pixel-binning technology for 12-megapixel photos of superior quality even in poor lighting conditions.
This first succulent information was confirmed directly by the founder of Meizu Huang Zhang. The latter also underlined that under the body of M9 Note the SoC will be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675, with Kryo 460 CPU at 11 nm and Adreno 612 GPU. The SoC in question has behaved well on AnTuTu Benchmark, where he recorded a score of around 170,000, ranking right in the medium-high market segment.
Meizu M9 Note will also have a 4000 mAh battery, which should ensure a respectable autonomy. Apparently, the price list of the device should start from a base of just 1,000 CNY or about 130 Euros at current exchange rates.
The technical device and the price list clarify, if there were still doubts, that Meizu M9 Note will be a direct competitor of the mentioned Redmi Note 7.