Right after the company introduced the revolutionary Meizu Zero, we have received a new report which suggests that the upcoming Meizu M9 Note is also going to be launched pretty soon, somewhere in the mid-February period to be precise.
The device is going to pack in a bunch of amazing features at an unbelievable price (more on that later).
What are the specifications of the Meizu M9 Note?
Starting things off with the display, the Meizu M9 Note will feature a 6.2-inch FHD+ display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. Meizu is still not willing to join the notch race as the Meizu M9 Note will have a fair amount of bezels at the top and the bottom. Personally, I do not mind having that much bezels, but that would depend on individual preference.
Under the hood, the Meizu M9 Note is allegedly going to be powered with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 chipset which will be coupled with Adreno 612 GPU, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage with scope for further expansion with the help of an external SD card.
Moving on to the battery of the device, the Meizu M9 Note will be fueled with a massive 4,000 mAh battery and a standard USB 2.0 charging port. The 3.5 mm headphone jack will be there too.
Photography is going to be the prime highlight of the device as it is going to feature a big 48 MP Samsung GM1 sensor at the back. Clearly, the company is trying to compete with the recently unveiled Xiaomi Redmi Note 7.
And now, the price. The Meizu M9 Note will carry an incredible price tag of $147 or €129 making it one of the best Android smartphones in the budget segment.
As of now, this is all we know about the device, but we will keep you posted with more intel on the same the moment we receive any.
Meanwhile, you can check out the Meizu Zero as it is the world’s first Android smartphone with absolutely no buttons, no ports, not even a SIM tray.
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